Data Research Analyst
Hailey Robertson is a Data Research Analyst at the Center for Global Health Science and Security. She graduated with honors from the University of Southern California in May 2021 with a B.S. in Global Health and a minor in Human Security and Geospatial Intelligence.
At USC, Hailey served as the Co-Chair of the Institute on Inequalities in the Global Health Student Advisory Council. She held numerous research assistant roles, including as part of a research group selected by the Global Fund for its Breaking Down Barriers Initiative to assess human rights-related barriers to HIV, TB, and malaria services in low- and middle-income countries. Hailey also conducted independent research, which utilized geospatial analysis to identify environmental risk factors associated with waterborne infectious diseases in rural communities along the US-Mexico border. Prior to joining the Center, Hailey worked as a data and research analyst with Talus Analytics, where she contributed to the development and analysis of data systems in GHS IDEA, including GHS Tracking, Health Security Net, and COVID-AMP.
Hailey’s research interests include infectious diseases, sustainable finance and capacity-building, health policy, spatial epidemiology, and data visualization. At the Center, Hailey works across projects with Dr. Graeden, with a primary focus on health intelligence and global data sharing.