Mireille joined GHS in 2014 after graduating with an MBA from Goizueta Business School at Emory University. At Goizueta, she co-founded a student-run impact investing fund and interned at social finance firm Gray Matters Capital and biotechnology giant Genentech. Prior to business school, Mireille worked in resource mobilization at the Rockefeller University. She received a BA in Economics and Public Health from the College of William & Mary.
At GHS, Mireille has managed projects covering malaria, HIV, TB and global health innovation. She brings nearly a decade of experience in resource mobilization and organizational management to inform strategic communications and advocacy. Mireille’s passion for global health began at an early age, having grown up in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Swaziland, Kenya and Cambodia.Connect on LinkedIn