Mackenzie Moore

Senior Research Associate

Mackenzie Moore is a Senior Research at the Center for Global Health Science & Security. Her
current work focuses on epidemic intelligence, pandemic preparedness, and response, outbreak
policy tracking and analysis, and the development of evidence-based training courses and
knowledge hubs.

She started working with the Center as a Global Health Initiative Fellow, writing for the
Georgetown Outbreak Activity Library (GOAL), an interactive online tool that identifies all
activities and actors involved in outbreak response. She has worked as a writer, coder, and data
manager and now serves as GOAL Project Manager. While at the Center, she has also worked
on global health security governance projects, designed and piloted Field Epidemiology Training
Program (FETP) exercises and coded and analyzed a range of pandemic policies. She has
presented her work with the Center at posters and panel presentations at the Global Health
Security Conference in Singapore in June 2022.

Mackenzie has experience as a global health security consultant and advisor at a number of
organizations, including USAID, IOM Central America, the World Bank, and the Global Fund to
Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria.

Mackenzie received a Master of Science in Global Health, specializing in Disease Control and
Prevention, from Georgetown University. She was a Regents’ and Chancellor’s Scholar at the
University of California, Berkeley, where she graduated with highest honors and a B.A. in
anthropology and was awarded the Frankenberg Prize for Outstanding Honors Thesis in Critical
Medical Anthropology.