Former Senior Policy Advisor

Expertise: Demography, family planning, reproductive health

Charlotte Greenbaum joined International Programs in 2017. Her focus was on reproductive health, family planning, and demography, with a particular interest in equity and reproductive health among youth. Greenbaum previously worked with the nongovernmental organization Tostan in Senegal as a volunteer assistant to the Reinforcement of Parental Practices project. She also worked as an intern at the Clinton Health Access Initiative in Lesotho. Greenbaum holds a master of science in global health and population from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and a bachelor’s degree in human biology and French from Stanford University, with a concentration in global disparities in women’s health. She is proficient in French.