Katherine Wolf

Malaria Team Lead (Jhpiego)

Katherine Wolf is a seasoned global health professional with 15 years of experience in malaria control and health systems strengthening. This includes technical assistance on diverse topics from drug policy costing to long-lasting insecticidal nets distribution to integrated community case management.

Ms. Wolf has worked on both the donor side – with USAID’s President’s Malaria Initiative – and as a program implementer, supporting USAID, the UK Department for International Development, and Global Fund programs. In the latter role, her scopes of work include malaria, maternal and child health, health systems strengthening, supply chain management, and social marketing. She also serves as a reviewer for The American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene.

Having lived and worked in counties across sub-Saharan Africa, Ms. Wolf speaks both English and French. She holds an MPH in International Health from Emory University’s Rollins School of Public Health.

Recent Publications

  1. Treatment Uptake and Availability of Antimalarial Drugs for Intermittent Preventative Treatment in Pregnant Women in Malawi
  2. The 13th College of Medicine Research Dissemination Conference, October 17th 2009
  3. No Product? No Program: Adapting malaria commodity supply to seasonal changes