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Rebecca Mann - International Trachoma Initiative
Rebecca Mann is an Information Analyst for ITI, responsible for developing, expanding and refining data analysis and mapping. She graduated from the Georgia Institute of Technology with a masters degree in city and regional planning – specializing in Geographic Information Systems (GIS). She attended Emory University’s Rollins School of Public Health and has done research on the relationship between the design of cities and obesity rates. She also studied the use of GIS technology to predict the geographic location of West Nile Virus cases in humans.
Prior to joining ITI, Rebecca was a consultant for the RTI International Neglected Tropical Disease (NTD) Control Program and the Task Force for Global Health. She also was an intern at the Carter Center’s Global 2000 program.
As an information analyst, Rebecca also will work with the Task Force’s Lymphatic Filariasis Support Center to map monitoring and evaluation data derived from the RTI NTD Control Program activities.
Ms. Mann has a bachelor’s degree in geographic sciences, concentrating in GIS and environmental studies, from James Madison University in Harrisonburg, VA.