National M&E Analyst - Projet Santé
Sylvie is a Global Health professional with 6 years' experience serving as Monitoring & Evaluation Analyst for the Caris Foundation in Haiti. She has experience in LAC and SEA, with many populations and areas ranging from youth development to HIV + OVC.
Her current project, Santé, is a multi-disciplinary health service delivery technical advising activity of USAID, supporting the Government of Haiti. In her previous project, BEST, she focused on a wrap-around package of services for orphans and vulnerable children (OVC) affected by HIV and AIDS, Early Infant Diagnosis (EID), and prevention of mother-to-child transmission (PMTCT). Sylvie was previously with the Global Health Fellows Program (GHFP) II, where she managed communications and logistics for a national program of outreach events in the United States, and worked to increase diversity in the cadre of global health professionals.
Sylvie's additional living, working, and study experience is in Latin America and the Caribbean, Southeast Asia, Western Europe, and East Africa, totaling approximately 6 years, with the most significant experience in the Philippines, Haiti, Ecuador, France, and Uganda. Her clinical research experience is in obesity and asthma. Sylvie is primarily interested in social determinants of health, healthcare delivery systems, epidemiology, and addressing underlying causes of disease and inequity, especially in developing nations.
Special experience in: M&E for HIV/AIDS; parasitic annelids; French language and francophone culture, Filipino culture; Haitian culture; adult education and career preparation; youth mentorship