RABIN MARTIN - Key Persons


Ariel Falconer

Job Titles:
  • Director
  • Director Ariel Falconer
Ariel brings nearly a decade of experience in program management, stakeholder engagement and community development to Rabin Martin. Her background is in research design and implementation, monitoring and evaluation, and program development, with a focus on Sub-Saharan Africa and Asia. Ariel specializes in: Providing technical guidance on strategy, scaling, implementation and evaluation Promoting quality of care improvements in global settings Developing and managing multi-sector partnerships Providing evidence-based guidance on program development and implementation Before joining Rabin Martin, Ariel managed global public health research initiatives at the Center for Global Health & Development at Boston University. Her work spanned HIV transmission prevention in key populations, maternal and child health promotion, use of mHealth technologies to support medication adherence and train clinical staff, and organizational development in the NGO sector. Ariel's prior work included business development and relationship management at Citizen Schools, a national education reform nonprofit, and a two year fellowship at El Pomar Foundation, where she built partnerships to support access to children's mental healthcare, economic development, and educational programming. Ariel brings nearly a decade of experience in program management, stakeholder engagement and community development to Rabin Martin. Her background is in research design and implementation, monitoring and evaluation, and program development, with a focus on Sub-Saharan Africa and Asia. Providing technical guidance on strategy, scaling, implementation and evaluation

Asma Hussain

Job Titles:
  • Senior Associate
  • Senior Associate Asma Hussain
Asma has over 13 years of experience in evidence-based processes and tools to improve efficiencies and reduce disparities in healthcare through continuous quality improvement methodologies, data analysis, and outcomes evaluation. Her experience has been both at the local level at federally qualified health centers and community hospitals and globally (Southeast Asia). At Rabin Martin, she specializes in: Health equity and access portfolios Measurement, data analytics, and evaluation Prior to joining the firm, Asma worked as a Performance Improvement Advisor at Community Solutions, where she helped eight diverse cities across the country eliminate homelessness. She also worked as a Data Analyst for the 18 Planned Parenthood health centers across Ohio, providing evidence-based insights to increase healthcare access and improve outcomes. Asma co-founded a free clinic in her local community that serves refugee and immigrant populations around the Cleveland area. Here, she was the Director of Performance Improvement where she fostered a culture of safety and quality in all processes to ensure patient-centered care and outcomes that promoted well-being.

Caitland Baxter

Job Titles:
  • Junior Associate
  • Junior Associate Caitland Baxter
Caitland brings a wide range of public policy, advocacy, and research experience to Rabin Martin. She believes that addressing health inequities with a racial lens is crucial to improving health outcomes. She is specifically interested in working across sectors to bring awareness to the racial inequities that exist within public health. At Rabin Martin, Caitland focuses on: • Developing strategies to increase access to healthcare in the United States, with a particular focus on vulnerable and marginalized populations. • Designing and implementing thought leadership platforms to elevate prioritized health areas. • Providing technical and communications support to advance client initiatives. Prior to joining the firm, Caitland served as a policy and programs analyst at the Office of the Mayor on the Commission on Gender Equity where she conducted research on maternal mortality and morbidity among Black women living in New York City. She also supported the team by assisting with the ideation and implementation of the Sexual Health Education task force, created to address sexual health education among youth in New York City schools.

Catalina Calle-Duran

Job Titles:
  • Junior Associate
Catalina believes in the importance of using a social determinant lens when addressing health inequalities. Through her diverse background she brings an intersectional perspective on health issues and aims to promote global health equity.

Dana Huber

Job Titles:
  • Director
  • Director Dana Huber
Dana brings passion for creating new ideas to address public health challenges to her work at Rabin Martin. With nearly a decade of experience, she currently develops programs that improve access to care and helps clients communicate their efforts. At Rabin Martin, she specializes in: Providing data-driven guidance on program development and implementation; Engaging stakeholders and building coalitions among unlikely partners; Creating communications strategies to increase awareness of public health programs and solutions Dana worked at Rabin Martin from 2011-2016 and recently returned to the firm in 2018. Prior to rejoining the team, she was the Program Officer for the Avon Breast Cancer Crusade, where she managed grant making activities for a portfolio of projects focused on improving breast cancer prevention, care and support. Earlier in her career, Dana supported the Gender, HIV/AIDS and Security program at the Social Science Research Council, where she coordinated convenings of researchers, policymakers and advocates to reconsider the relationships between health and human security. Currently, Dana is a Doctor of Public Health student at the CUNY School of Public Health. She is also the Board President of All-Options.

Dr. Jeffrey L. Sturchio - CEO

Job Titles:
  • CEO
  • Chairman of the Board of Friends of the Global Fight Against AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria

Emma Dahill

Job Titles:
  • Junior Associate
  • Junior Associate Emma Dahill
Emma brings a wide range of experience in advocacy, research, and public policy to Rabin Martin. From her experience in the nonprofit sector, Emma brings a passion for ensuring every individual can access high-quality health care services. In order to achieve health equity, Emma is particularly interested in working to address the social determinants of health that produce health disparities. At Rabin Martin, Emma focuses on: Designing strategies to ensure success and sustainability of global health initiatives Conducting research to support and inform improvements in global health quality of care Developing communications and advocacy materials to advance client initiatives Prior to joining the firm, Emma worked at the Center for Strategic and International Studies' Project on Prosperity and Development where she researched development finance, supply chain resiliency during the COVID-19 pandemic, and emerging technology to support achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals. Her previous experiences also include working for organizations in the nonprofit sector, where she supported UNICEF USA's Major Gifts department and worked with global health nonprofits, including Lwala Community Alliance, Project C.U.R.E., and Vennue Foundation. Emma brings a wide range of experience in advocacy, research, and public policy to Rabin Martin. From her experience in the nonprofit sector, Emma brings a passion for ensuring every individual can access high-quality health care services. In order to achieve health equity, Emma is particularly interested in working to address the social determinants of health that produce health disparities. Designing strategies to ensure success and sustainability of global health initiatives Conducting research to support and inform improvements in global health quality of care

Haley Falkenberry

Job Titles:
  • Senior Associate
  • Senior Associate Haley Falkenberry
Haley joined the Rabin Martin team in August 2021 with over five years of experience in global health program implementation, monitoring & evaluation, and research. From her experience working in Eastern & Southern Africa, Southeast Asia, the Caribbean, and Eastern Europe, she brings her passion and commitment to access to healthcare services for marginalized populations, and more specifically, populations affected by infectious disease. At Rabin Martin, Haley focuses on: Developing socially responsible business strategies for multinational pharmaceutical companies to improve access to medicines in low-income countries and emerging markets Planning, coordination and ongoing support of global health policy programming Engaging and building mutually beneficial stakeholder and expert relationships Prior to joining the firm, Haley worked as a global health consultant specializing in technical assistance and evaluations for clients such as The Global Fund, Unitaid, and UNAIDS on HIV, tuberculosis, malaria, and COVID-19 programs globally. Her previous experience also includes working for Boston University's Center for Innovation in Social Work & Health on implementation of peer workers in Ryan White-funded health facilities throughout the US and working as a clinical social worker in Boston Public Health Commission's needle and syringe program to provide harm reduction and mental health services to people who inject drugs. Haley joined the Rabin Martin team in August 2021 with over five years of experience in global health program implementation, monitoring & evaluation, and research. From her experience working in Eastern & Southern Africa, Southeast Asia, the Caribbean, and Eastern Europe, she brings her passion and commitment to access to healthcare services for marginalized populations, and more specifically, populations affected by infectious disease. Developing socially responsible business strategies for multinational pharmaceutical companies to improve access to medicines in low-income countries and emerging markets

Hanne Genyn

Job Titles:
  • Junior Associate

Jasmine Kaur Bains

Job Titles:
  • Associate
  • Associate Jasmine Kaur Bains
Jasmine joined Rabin Martin in June 2021 as an Associate. She has over two years of experience in health care policy analysis, program evaluation, quantitative and qualitative data analysis, and research. Through her work, Jasmine strives to create health opportunities that are equitable for all people. At Rabin Martin, Jasmine focuses on: Designing innovative strategies for stakeholder engagement in public-private partnerships. Developing and implementing thought leadership platforms to elevate prioritized health areas. Analyzing international health and policy trends to increase sustainable access to medicines. Prior to joining the firm, Jasmine worked as a Research Analyst with the Colorado Health Institute and focused on producing nonpartisan and evidence-based research to inform local policy decisions that influenced the health of Coloradans. Her passion for global health began in Nepal, where she had the opportunity to evaluate various public health programs for Himalayan HealthCare. Outside of Rabin Martin, she enjoys cooking new foods, hiking with her dog, and practicing yoga. Education: MPH, Community and Behavioral Health; Epidemiology Colorado School of Public Health BA, Integrative Physiology University of Colorado, Boulder

Jessica Katz - VP

Job Titles:
  • Vice President
  • Vice President Jessica Katz
Jessica has a depth of public health and consulting experience, including: strategic planning, pharmaceutical consulting, and global health consulting. She is fascinated by the intersection between business and social and impact and believes that the private sector must play a more prominent role in increasing access to sustainable healthcare solutions across the world. At Rabin Martin, she specializes in: Developing access, advocacy and partnership strategies to support pharmaceutical company engagement in global health Ensuring patient access to medicines that fill unmet patient need Supporting regional health systems to strengthen capacity, make informed decisions, and align program activities and advocacy agendas with local market intricacies Before joining the firm, Jessica worked as a Strategic Planner for pharmaceutical companies across therapeutic categories to define business strategies, act as an expert on patient needs, inform communications and influence behavior. Her previous experience also includes working as a start-up consultant in Kenya and as a health coordinator in the digital health space.

Maria Schneider

Job Titles:
  • Portfolio Leader
  • Portfolio Leader Maria Schneider
Maria is an award-winning strategist who approaches her work with enthusiasm and attention to detail. At Rabin Martin, she provides leadership for one of the world's largest maternal health initiatives, overseeing a dynamic team responsible for program design, implementation and communications.

Meg Battle-Maniec

Job Titles:
  • Director for Human Resources
Meg is one of Rabin Martin's longstanding employees and has played critical roles in guiding its growth and development. Meg is a Human Resource Generalist who leads recruitment and team development and supports the finance and operations team. For most new applicants, Meg is the first point of contact at Rabin Martin. Meg's focus on ensuring smooth operations allow the Rabin Martin team to focus on what they do best - providing superior client services. Human resource functions and developing programs for staff development and retention Meg's career has uniquely combined her expertise in human resources, operations and financial management. Previously, she helped launch the flagship store for Pokémon USA, where she oversaw human resources, led employee recruitment efforts and developed a branded employee training program. Later, Meg assumed responsibility for store operations, ensuring strong financial results and supporting high-profile national events. Earlier in her career, she served as a district trainer for Blockbuster Video, Inc. and as a manager for Pathmark Drugstores.

Meghan Marr

Job Titles:
  • Senior Associate
  • Senior Associate Meghan Marr
Meghan brings international public health experience, along with a background in marketing and communications, to Rabin Martin. Her areas of expertise are in project management, research, behavior change communication, and monitoring & evaluation. At Rabin Martin, she specializes in: Supporting the development of strategic initiatives that empower health professionals and strengthen health systems in low-resource settings. Analyzing international health and policy trends to increase sustainable access to medicines. Providing technical and communications support to advance client initiatives. Before joining the firm, Meghan worked at Swasti Health Resource Centre in India, developing a community-based intervention that provided key populations with integrated HIV screening and counseling services. Earlier, Meghan worked for a digital advertising firm, where she developed and monitored campaigns on social media platforms to help brands meet business objectives. Meghan also brings experience working in development and advocacy roles for domestic grassroots organizations with a focus on international health and development issues.

Nancy Kanu

Job Titles:
  • Junior Associate
  • Junior Associate Nancy Kanu
Nancy brings her health promotion and global health equity research background and a social determinants lens to Rabin Martin. She believes that centering the needs of marginalized communities and amplifying their voices is critical to developing sustainable initiatives that address health inequities. At Rabin Martin, Nancy focuses on: Supporting cross-sector partnerships to address global health issues and advance health equity Monitoring the global health landscape and policy trends to inform client strategies Researching and assessing key areas of opportunity to improve patient health for diseases like HIV/AIDS Prior to joining the firm, Nancy developed health-focused social media campaigns and explored global health system infrastructure through international fieldwork, ranging from Jamaica to Iceland. More recently, as a research assistant at the Institute for Global Health at University College London, Nancy led a qualitative study that explored the impacts of COVID-19 on young people from racially minoritized backgrounds in the UK, providing policy recommendations to best support young people during future crises.

Nuria Balibrea

Job Titles:
  • Associate
  • Associate Nuria Balibrea
Nuria brings a diverse experience in international health research and policy to Rabin Martin. Having worked in the public, private and research sectors, she is passionate about fostering cross-stakeholder collaborations to tackle health challenges in support of global goals. At Rabin Martin, Nuria focuses on: Providing programmatic, technical and strategic support to ensure the success of client initiatives Developing communications for internal and external stakeholders Conducting research and analysis to inform decision-making and to develop innovative approaches Prior to joining the firm, Nuria worked in biomedical research, contributing to a cancer research project and providing academic and administrative support at the Institut Pasteur in France and China. More recently, she worked at the World Health Organization (WHO) where she conducted reproductive health research focused on vaccines against sexually transmitted infections. She also supported the update of WHO guidelines for screening and treatment of cervical cancer, along with broader departmental activities.

Robert Mallett - CEO

Job Titles:
  • CEO
  • CEO Robert Mallett
As CEO, Robert Mallett brings a unique mix of skills to Rabin Martin gained through three decades of experience in the public sector, private sector, and civil society. At Rabin Martin, Robert is a chief strategist whose commitment to growth and diversity works to bolster client efforts to reach underserved populations. He specializes in: • Designing innovative programs and ensuring seamless implementation to advance global health objectives

Saroj Sedalia - VP

Job Titles:
  • Vice President

Susana Oguntoye

Job Titles:
  • Portfolio Leader
  • Portfolio Leader Susana Oguntoye
Susana Oguntoye has almost two decades experience in health research and policy, as well as design, monitoring, evaluation, and implementation around health services development, with a particular focus on international development and global health systems strengthening. Susana's passion is addressing health disparities. Raised in Nigeria and Germany, and having lived and worked across multiple continents, Susana considers herself a global citizen and speaks several languages. At Rabin Martin, Susana focuses on: Health services, including systems' access and strengthening Strengthening and coordinating data collection and use, evaluation and knowledge transfer Stakeholder engagement and partnership building Mentoring and capacity building Susana came to Rabin Martin from her role as Executive Director at Kupona Foundation, serving over 124,000 annually with much needed healthcare and specialized surgery. Prior to Kupona Foundation, Susana served as Africare's Director for Monitoring, Evaluation, & Knowledge Learning. Susana joined Africare via a merger with Accordia Global Health Foundation, where she was Director of Programs & Research. In previous years, Susana has built laboratory capacity in Africa with the American Society for Microbiology and has worked in advocacy, gender, disease-specific disability rights, and public health. Education: Masters of Public Health degree London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine Bachelor of Science in Molecular Biology & Immunology King's College, University of London

Terri Jackson

Job Titles:
  • Culture and Engagement Leader Terri Jackson
Terri brings an advocate's passion and evaluator's rigor to the challenges of increasing health care quality and equity, drawing on an innate know-how born from two decades of experience providing direct services for vulnerable populations in the U.S. Throughout her career, Terri has been at the forefront of local and national programs in and policies for HIV prevention and care, sexual and reproductive health, substance abuse prevention and mental health. She specializes in: Program development, strategic planning, and monitoring and evaluation for efforts to improve access to health for hard-to-reach communities Developing, designing and implementing domestic health programs Managing and scaling-up qualitative and quantitative research projects, including monitoring and evaluation to improve performance and patient care Developing effective and sustainable public-private partnerships At Rabin Martin, Terri helped lead the development of a training resource to improve the skills of HIV care providers in serving at-risk patients. Previously, as Vice President of Access to Care for Housing Works, Terri developed integrated care initiatives for HIV-positive individuals. At the Gay Men's Health Crisis, she oversaw service integration and health informatics. For Planned Parenthood of New York, Terri led programs for under-served communities, facilitated the integration of HIV testing into clinic visits and improved data collection and analysis. Terri was recently elected to serve on the board of the Public Health Association of New York City.

Thea Lacerte

Job Titles:
  • Junior Associate
  • Junior Associate Thea Lacerte
Thea brings wide range of experience in policy, research and patient advocacy to Rabin Martin. She is passionate about leveraging public and private sector collaboration to improve health for the most underserved populations both nationwide and on a global scale. At Rabin Martin, Thea focuses on: Developing communications and advocacy support to showcase clients' global public health engagements Conducting research and analysis to promote quality of care improvements in global settings Providing operational and research support to ensure success and sustainability of clients' national and global initiatives Prior to joining Rabin Martin, Thea worked at the U.K. Consulate Boston to support research and build partnerships between stakeholders regarding the United Kingdom's "Aging Society" strategy. This initiative aims to design health care systems, cities, economic policies and technologies that serve our rapidly growing elderly population both in the US and UK. Thea also worked as a Patient Advocate with Health Leads at the Boston Medical Center Pediatric Department, to address the social determinants of health.