Hope Arcuri graduated from Duke University with distinction in Global Health and Public Policy. While at Duke, Hope worked for a government consulting firm that helped the public health community understand, and advocate for, implementation science research. She also worked for USAID in their Maternal and Child Health Office to help launch their new website. In 2016, she lived and worked in Geneva, writing and researching for MSF’s (Doctors Without Borders’) landmark Tuberculosis report Out of Step. Hope speaks fluent Spanish from studying in both Madrid and Sevilla, and her undergraduate research focused on barriers to Latino parental involvement in Durham public schools. In her free time, Hope regularly contributes to her personal blog, tries the latest fitness craze, and travels.