Moran is working on measurement, monitoring, and evaluation of maternal and newborn health. She has over twenty years of experience in applied and operations research, program monitoring and evaluation, and translation of research findings to policy initiatives in reproductive, maternal, newborn, and child health. Prior to joining WHO in Geneva in 2017, Moran has worked with the Bureau for Global Health at USAID/Washington and USAID/Nigeria, Save the Children, JHPIEGO, iccdr,b and Johns Hopkins School of Public Health. Moran has a Doctor of Philosophy and a Masters in Health Sciences from Johns Hopkins University, where she focused on researching women’s access to and use of health services in low- and middle-income countries and international public health. She has extensive field experience in over 15 countries worldwide including long-term residence and work in Bangladesh, Nigeria, and Morocco.
Biography current as of January 29, 2019