Anna Kalbarczyk, DrPH MPH

Assistant Director, Center for Global Health
akalbarc@jhu.edu | 410-502-9873

About Anna

Dr. Kalbarczyk is an implementation scientist and gender specialist. As the Assistant Director of the CGH she oversees all program operations and strategic initiatives. She specializes in developing and evaluating global health training programs across the continuum of education with an emphasis on leadership, cultural competency, and ethical engagement. 

Anna received her DrPH in Implementation Science from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, her MPH from George Washington University and a BA in Public Policy (Health & Economics) from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.  She is adept at qualitative data collection and analysis. Her global health interests include implementation science, capacity strengthening, women's leadership, effective communication, and partnership.

She has international working experience in Bangladesh, India, Indonesia, Nigeria, Ghana, Kenya, Uganda, Pakistan and South Africa. 

You can read more about Anna's research interests and publications at her JHSPH faculty page.

Check out the women's leadership programming at the CGH. 

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Projects

Nutrition Innovation Lab

"Poshan", which means good nutrition in Nepali is ongoing research that involves two interlinked large-scale research studies...

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Mpilonhle

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Building an Enabling Environment for Vaccines in India...

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