As the Director Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning, Michele uses data to help inform programmatic decisions, organizational strategic direction, and impact. Michele Coleman is a global health practitioner with over a decade of experience working at the intersection of research, policy, and programming in international settings. Prior to joining Global G.L.O.W., she worked at government agencies, multilaterals, non-profits, and private firms all with the aim of advancing social justice and eliminating inequities.
Michele holds a Bachelor’s of Science in Community and Nonprofit Leadership, a Master’s of Public Health, and a Master’s of Public Affairs from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She is pursuing her Doctorate of Public Health at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine where she studies the relationship between health system corruption and gender.
Personally, Michele is passionate about sustainably eliminating global gender inequities at a systems level. She has been a digital nomad since 2018 and her favorite part of traveling is meeting inspiring women around the world. She loves dark chocolate, techno music, and her dog Bucky.