Justine is a Program Analyst for the Stars in Global Health portfolio at Grand Challenges Canada. This program provides funding to explore transformative ideas at the proof-of-concept stage.
Justine holds a Master of Science in Global Health from King’s College London. Throughout her studies, Justine had the opportunity to explore topics related to International Development and Health, Critical Policy Research, and Global Health Ethics by engaging with local actors in diverse humanitarian settings. Prior, she earned an Honour’s Bachelor of Science in Life Sciences from Queen’s University.
Prior to joining Grand Challenges Canada, Justine held a variety of roles involving research and analytics. Most recently, she was the recipient of a fellowship award from Mount Sinai Hospital. There, she worked in collaboration to plan, execute, and present deliverables related to the discordance of correlation among Mediterranean dietary indices in the literature. At GCC, she is looking forward to building on her foundational knowledge of Global Health and employing her passion for health system innovation to improve both individual and population-level health outcomes.