Carolyn Rodehau with Meridian Group International, Inc., serves as the Program Associate for workplace policy and programming on the USAID-funded Evidence Project. In this capacity, Ms. Rodehau supports the management and implementation of the RAISE Health Initiative and the Cambodia Worker Health Coalition, which focus on advancing policy change around corporate policies and programs to expand access to women’s health services and family planning in low and middle income countries. Prior to joining the Evidence Project, she served as the Program Manager for the Health and Nutrition Global Initiative at Save the Children (SC), which ensures the delivery of quality programming across SC’s global Maternal, Newborn, and Child Health (MNCH) portfolio through technical capacity strengthening, communications, and knowledge management activities targeting the organization’s seven regional offices and 48 country offices. Ms. Rodehau holds a B.A. in Law and Society from American University and a Postgraduate Certificate in Global Health from John Hopkins University’s Bloomberg School of Public Health. She is currently pursuing a MSc. in Public Health from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.