Tiffany G. Harris, PhD, MS, is an epidemiologist and public health professional with over fifteen years of experience in research, surveillance, data dissemination, program evaluation, and management in a range of infectious and non-infectious diseases. As the Director of the Strategic Information (SI) Unit at ICAP, Dr. Harris oversees the assessment and implementation of country- and project-specific monitoring and evaluation, surveillance, and informatics activities, as well as the development of new SI-related metrics, tools, guidance, protocols, and systems to respond to country program and donor needs. Dr. Harris is also the principal investigator of CDC-funded projects to strengthen the epidemiology and SI capacity in Zimbabwe and Ethiopia. Prior to joining ICAP, she worked for the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, where she was the Assistant Commissioner overseeing the Bureau of Epidemiology Services.
PhD, 2003, University of Washington
MS, 2001, University of Washington
BS, 1999, University of Washington
Select Global Activities
Strengthening Epidemiology and Strategic Information in the Republic of Zimbabwe under PEPFAR, Zimbabwe
Technical Assistance to National Health Information Systems and Health Workforce Development of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia under PEPFAR, Ethiopia