• Implementation Science Data Analyst, Global WACh

Amy Roll is an Implementation Science Data Analyst for the Department of Global Health. She leads the qualitative analysis and supports implementation science research outcomes for Global WACh’s five-year DeWorm3 study which investigates the feasibility of interrupting the transmission of three types of parasitic worms.  She holds a BA in Foreign Languages (French) and International Affairs from the University of Puget Sound and a Master of Public Health from the University of Washington, Seattle.  During her MPH program, she worked with Global WACh as a Research Assistant for the DeWorm3 study and CIFF sub-grant performing qualitative research and developing a theory of change on research to policy development.  Amy has worked on projects at the intersection of conservation and health in the Republic of Congo and Uganda for the Wildlife Conservation Society and Conservation Through Public Health.  Prior to that she worked for the Advocacy and Public Policy Department at PATH.  Outside of work, Amy enjoys traveling, exploring the PNW, and knitting.


  • MPH, University of Washington
  • BA, Foreign Languages (French) and International Affairs, University of Puget Sound
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