Nina Kharazmi received her Master of Public Health degree with a concentration in global health leadership from the University of Southern California. During this time, she gained extensive experience in quantitative and qualitative research methodologies. Most recently, she facilitated a literature review study on traditional maternal health practices and beliefs in Asia for the purpose of reducing maternal mortality rates by informing healthcare providers and guiding culturally tailored interventions. Prior to that, she worked on the Ebola Recovery Team at the World Health Organization, served as a Delegate at the 68th World Health Assembly, and conducted data analysis for Hollywood, Health and Society. Nina brings extensive experience in research design, communications and project management. In addition, she is passionate about the potential role of healthcare innovation and technology in improving population health in the future. 
Nina received her Bachelor of Arts in sociology from the University of California, Los Angeles. As part of the Honors Sociology Research Program, she designed and implemented a two-year study analyzing students’ perceptions of stress. 
During her free time, Nina enjoys traveling, hiking, film, photography and exploring New York City.