Myriam has over 20 years of global professional experience in addressing the health and rights of women and girls and marginalized populations, especially in the context of the global public health priorities. Her career was built working with global health and rights organizations such as various United Nations Agencies and the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB, and Malaria. Myriam also founded and successfully managed a consulting firm providing technical advisory services to various global health agencies and private entities.
At Grace Farms Foundation, Myriam has played a pivotal role in creating strategic partnerships with global like-minded organizations and entities, elevating the Foundation’s visibility, and leading grant-writing efforts, working with the Justice Initiative and the Communications and Marketing teams.
She has also contributed to the advancement of gender-based violence programming and event organization. She is currently supporting various dimensions of the Design for Freedom movement and is dedicated to supporting its development, namely through in-depth industry-related research, writing and other technical support tasks.
Myriam holds an MIA from SIPA at Columbia University, an MSc in Public Health from The London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (UK), and a BA from Connecticut College. She is fluent in English, French, Spanish, and Finnish.