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Avery Seefeld

TitlePROGRAM COORDINATOR
SchoolUCSF Chancellor/EVC/FAS
DepartmentGHS - Central Admin
Address550 16th. Street
San Francisco CA 94158
Phone415-476-5595
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    St. Lawrence University, Canton, NYBS05/2009Mathematics

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    Avery Seefeld is a Program Coordinator at UCSF working on the SPARQ and AHME projects. Through these projects Avery has experience working in Kenya and Ghana. On the AHME project Avery manages project logistics and deliverables to ensure that activities are completed on time as well as on budget. On the SPARQ project Avery is working on the abortion initiative in Kenya; the SPARQ team is partnering with Marie Stopes Kenya and Innovations for Poverty Action to develop a program that will provide women with support post-abortion. Avery is particularly interested in global reproductive and maternal health issues.
     
    Prior to working at UCSF, Avery was a Program Manager at the National Institute for Children’s Health Quality (NICHQ), where she worked with teams across the United States using quality improvement methodology to make system-level changes. While at NICHQ, Avery worked on a large-scale initiative focusing on improving care for individuals with sickle cell disease and a project focused on improving breastfeeding rates in the US.


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    1. Viswanathan, R., Behl, R., and Seefeld, C.A. Social Franchising Compendium: An Annual Survey of Programs: findings from 2015. 2016.
    2. Viswanathan, R. and Seefeld, C.A. Clinical Social Franchising Compendium: An Annual Survey of Programs: findings from 2014. 2015.
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