Clément Jaidzeka is a global health professional, currently an associate in the Global Health Division at Chemonics International. Previously, he worked at Milken Institute of Public Health at George Washington University as part of the global health security team that developed and implemented an emergency management training program to strengthen health systems in Guinea, after the 2014 Ebola outbreak in West Africa. Clément also has for over 8 years experience as a clinical pharmacy technician at George Washington University hospital and holds a B.S in Biological Sciences and Molecular Biology from the University of Maryland. His interest in public health are in travel epidemiology and mosquito-borne infectious diseases, which he pursues this by serving as the faculty co-chair of the emerging infectious diseases and one health working group for the GET Consortium.