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Vicky Hausman
Dalberg Global Development Advisors

Vicky Hausman is an Associate Partner in Dalberg’s New York office and is Co-Lead in the firm’s global health practice. Since joining Dalberg, Vicky has advised clients across the development sector on strategy development, execution, and evaluation. She has specific expertise in global health, ICT for development, and access to finance, and has advised leading institutions and organizations, including the World Bank, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the United Nations Foundation, UN agencies, GAVI Alliance, Initiative for Global Development, Global Business Coalition for AIDS, TB and Malaria, and leading corporations and NGOs. Recently, Vicky was commissioned to lead a health sector study for the World Bank’s flagship report on mobile for development, and has been advising the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation on an analysis of the business models and economics of mobile money in Haiti in response to a $10 million prize fund. She has also been working with the UN Foundation to design and launch of the Pledge Guarantee for Health (PGH), an innovative financing tool to increase access to health commodities, backed by a $20M guarantee from the Gates Foundation. Prior to joining Dalberg, Vicky was a Project Leader with The Boston Consulting Group. There she led teams in strategic and operational projects for private and public sector clients, including work in healthcare and ICT. She began her career as a U.S. Peace Corps Volunteer based at a health clinic in the West Indies, and holds a Master’s Degree from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University and a B.A. from Harvard University. She currently serves as an Officer on the Board of AMREF USA (African Medical Research and Education Foundation). She may be reached atvicky.hausman@dalberg.com

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