Dr. Ellie Graeden
Principal Investigator, Everyday Respect
Associate Research Professor, Georgetown University
Dr. Ellie Graeden is Associate Research Professor at the Georgetown University Center for Global Health Science and Security. She earned her undergraduate degree in microbiology from Oregon State University and her doctorate in biology from MIT. Dr. Graeden applies complex systems analysis to challenges at the intersection of policy, science, and strategy. She and her team have developed a wide range of quantitative results deriving global-scale decision making by FEMA, CDC, the US State Department, the World Health Organization, the World Bank, and the G20 and G7.