Carolina Inés Andrada is the Latin America Health Security Student Fellow at the Center for Global Health Science and Security working under Dr. Rebecca Katz. Her research relates to health security policymaking in Latin America in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as how the region aims to move forward with health security strengthening and pandemic preparedness.
Carolina is an Argentine-American second-year Master of Science in Foreign Service student and Jack Kent Cooke Graduate Scholar at Georgetown University. She is concentrating in Science and Technology in International Affairs, and specializing in global health security policy and governance.
Prior to coming to Georgetown, she worked as an Analyst at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security, where her research dealt with global health security policy, international pandemic preparedness, and promoting an equitable response to the COVID-19 pandemic. A graduate of Johns Hopkins University, Carolina holds a Bachelors in International Studies and spent time working as a student in health security research, clinical research, and access to healthcare advocacy.