Hilary Moshman, MPH
Hilary is an international development professional with a background in monitoring and impact evaluation in humanitarian response and tuberculosis control. While earning her Master of Public Health at Emory University in 2010, she visited the model community-based primary health care program in Montero, Bolivia, where Curamericas first began in 1983. For her Masters thesis, she studied the Census-based, Impact-oriented (CBIO) methodology, and measured the impact of the program. She found that infant and child mortality had been reduced by 90% over an 18 to 19-year period! Her experience with this study fueled her passion for community-based primary health care, and strengthened her belief in the vital role of community health workers and home visits.
Hilary currently works as Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist at a small consulting firm, monitoring humanitarian response projects in Syria for the United Nations. She lives in Boulder, CO, with her daughter, Chava, and enjoys cooking, meditation, and being outdoors