Grace Tang, MPH
Global Health & WASH Professional
I am the Research/Operations Associate for the USAID Water Communications and Knowledge Management (CKM) Project. My background is in international development and global health, qualitative research and analysis, and monitoring, evaluation, and learning. I am fueled by my passion for finding and analyzing the facts and details of everything related to water, sanitation and hygiene.
My desire for knowledge and determination to turn information into action contributed to my most recent successes at the Water CKM Project. There, I led the webinar series, in collaboration with USAID partners, that has been attended by 1,700+ participants. I also played an instrumental part in the Ex-Post Evaluation Series that seeks to better understand the long-term impact and sustainability of USAID WASH-related interventions.
Additionally, I contributed to the USAID Water Office’s annual country prioritization process mandated by the Senator Paul Simon Water for the World Act of 2014. With my colleagues, I helped in the undertaking of the 2020 selection of 18 high-priority countries through a data-driven process in accordance to the Act’s criteria of needs and opportunities.
I am currently seeking new opportunities in the water, sanitation and hygiene and international development sectors as a mid-level professional. Reach out to gracetangmph (at) gmail.com to connect!