Director of Medical/Surgical Nursing & Interim Chief Nursing Officer Ms.
Anathan is a the Director of Medical and Surgical Nursing at Seed Global Health, serving also as our Interim Chief Nursing Officer.
She directs the Global Public Policy and Social Change program in the Department of Global Health and Social Medicine at Harvard Medical School where she has focused on links between security and health.
Prominent publications on the idea include “An International Service Corps for Health: A New Prescription for Diplomacy” in the New England Journal of Medicine, a “…One for Doctors Too,” a New York Times opinion piece and most recently, “Global Health Service Partnership: building health professional leadership as a roadmap to sustainable health systems” in The Lancet. Kerry has been featured on NPR’s Tell Me More and Goats and Soda, MSNBC’s Andrea Mitchell Reports and Morning Joe, the Huffington Post, Slate.com, BBC, Devex, Boston Magazine’s Power of Ideas, and Medscape with a readership of over 1 million people.
She began her career as an intern in Washington, D. and has brought her experience in scheduling and event planning to Seed Global Health.
She earned her Master’s in Health Policy, Planning, and Financing from the London Schools of Economics and of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. Ahaisibwe is physician and public health specialist holding an MPH and MBCh B from the University of Manchester and Makerere University, respectively.
Currently, he is the Uganda Country Director for Seed Global Health.
Prior to her time at JSI, Erin was a consultant for UNICEF and the Ecuador Ministry of Economic and Social Inclusion.
She also served as Country Director for World Teach/Costa Rica, a volunteer teacher program partnered with the Ministry of Public Education in Costa Rica.
Erin has a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Theology from Boston College and a Master of Public Administration and Non-Profit Management from New York University. Bohn joined Seed Global Health in October 2015 as the Executive Assistant to the co-founder and CEO, Dr. Previously, she served as the Executive Assistant to the President of The Firstgreen Foundation. Executive Assistant Meaghan joins the Seed Team from a position supporting executives of a private equity firm.