Vito Castelgrande, MPH
Department of International Health
Research associate in the Health Systems program in the Department of International Health where he studies improving preparedness and response to global public health emergencies. He joined the department in 2018 after completing a Master’s degree in Public Health where he concentrated on health in crisis and humanitarian response. Vito has previously held roles with Doctors Without Borders/ Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) serving as a logistics manager for a cholera outbreak in South Sudan as well as the launch of a mobile VMMC campaign in Kenya. He was the project manager for the design and launch of the Forced From Home campaign, a traveling interactive exhibition telling the stories of the world’s displaced populations. He is a member of their Critical Incident Response Team and the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Council. Prior to his work with MSF, Vito served in many capacities in the performing arts, film, and event industries.
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