Laëtitia Diatezua


Laëtitia Diatezua is a public health professional with experience working on global health security and infectious diseases in Sub-Saharan Africa and Southeast Asia.  She holds a degree in Biological Sciences from the University of Southern California and has worked for institutions such as the Scripps Research Institute, the American Society for Microbiology, African Platform for Migration and Inclusion in Health, Booz Allen Hamilton (as a part of the Biological Threat Reduction Program), and Global Health Corps as an international fellow in Uganda. Her technical expertise includes laboratory capacity development, infectious diseases, and antimicrobial resistance. Most recently, while in Uganda, Laëtitia co-implemented NCD health fairs, and took part in Uganda’s national task force during its initial response to the April 2019 Ebola outbreak.