Sang-Hee Min joined GHS in 2015 after graduating with an MPH in Epidemiology and Global Health from Columbia University. In addition to running SAS codes, grading papers, and mapping causal loop diagrams, she also worked with the Columbia University Global Mental Health Program and spent six months interning with the World Health Organization ICD-11 project in Mexico City. Prior to graduate school, she spent two years working at the Center for Health Policy and Outcomes at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.
Since joining GHS, Sang-Hee has worked on accounts covering polio eradication, family planning, and neglected tropical diseases.
Sang-Hee holds a BA in Neuroscience from Wellesley College, where she was also selected a Fellow with the Madeleine K. Albright Institute for Global Affairs. She is a classically trained pianist with over 20 years of competitive experience, and has been a Jack Kent Cooke Scholar since 2003. She enjoys spending time with any kind of dog.Connect on LinkedIn