Clinton Health Access Initiative
Allison Tatarsky is the Senior Program Manager for Vector Control with the UCSF Global Health Group’s Malaria Elimination Initiative (MEI). In this role, Ms. Tatarsky is responsible for MEI's vector control portfolio of work around innovative vector control for malaria elimination and eradication. Allison is also leading an elimination feasibility assessment with the Rwanda National Malaria Control Program. Prior to joining the UCSF Global Health Group, she worked with the National Institute for Malaria Research in India on a malaria in pregnancy study and then joined the Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI). While at CHAI, Allison was based in southern Africa supporting ministries of health on malaria elimination strategy, policy and operational research, and then in Boston where she coordinated CHAI’s HIV, TB, and Health Financing efforts across the organization and 23 countries. Allison has a Master of Public Health degree from Boston University.