Anna Tordjmann is a legal consultant at the Center for Global Health Science and Security. Her main interests include prevention of infectious diseases, global health emergency preparedness, and comparative analysis of health policies and regulation. She is also particularly interested in issues related to bioethics and the law.
Prior to working for the Center for Global Health Science and Security, Anna worked as a legal consultant for Forzley & Associates, a DC-based Global Health Law firm. She also worked within the Legal Vice Presidency at the World Bank Group in Washington DC, and she served as a research assistant at the O'Neill Institute for National and Global Health where she participated in the CDC/GHSA study, which was recently published in the Oxford Medical Law Review.
Anna received a Bachelor's Degree in Political Science from Sciences Po Paris. As part of her curriculum, she participated in two exchange programs with Northwestern University and the University of Notre Dame. She received a Master's Degree in Economic Law from Sciences Po Law School. In 2016, after receiving two merit scholarships from the Fulbright Commission/George Lurcy Foundation and from the O'Neill Institute for National and Global Health, she graduated from Georgetown University Law Center with an LL.M Degree in Global Health Law. Anna is also a certified Paris Bar Attorney.