Annmarie Sasdi is the Director of Policy and Partnerships for the Program in Global Public Policy and Social Change in the Department of Global Health and Social Medicine at Harvard Medical School. Prior to this role, she was the senior director for new program development at the Harvard Kennedy School Division of Executive Programs. In this capacity, she worked with leading faculty from across Harvard institutions to research and design curriculum for training programs for senior public officials and policymakers from around the world. Her portfolio included oversight of new program development across diverse policy areas, including climate change and environmental policy, cybersecurity, global health security, and early childhood development.
Previously, she was appointed as a senior fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School Mossavar-Rahmani Center for Business and Government where she researched immigration and low-wage labor. Prior to coming to Harvard, she spent 25 years in the financial services sector, most recently as an executive director in investment banking at Goldman Sachs International in London.
She received her master’s degree (MCRP) from the Harvard Kennedy School and her BA, honors, from Princeton University, School of Architecture and Urban Planning.
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