Spark Street Analysts

Spark Street engages with a select group of young professionals to provide hands-on experience in data analysis and policy development. Most have either recently finished or are currently enrolled in a post-graduate program, transitioning careers or re-entering the workforce. 

Analysts engage in a range of activities including secondary data analysis, policy analysis, literature reviews, interviews, survey design and administration, and synthesis of results.
The team at Spark Street provides mentoring, career
advice and facilitates connections to the broader public health community.   

If you are interested in working with us in this capacity, please contact Nina Schwalbe (nschwalbe@ssc.nyc).

Analyst Profiles

Current Analysts

Jana Martic

MSc Public Health with specialization in global health  

Graduate program candidate in Analysis and Evaluation of Health programs,
Services and Policy at University of Montreal, 2020 – Present 

At Spark Street May 2019 – Present

 

Jana’s background is in knowledge transfer and supporting health program evaluation. At Spark Street she contributed to research, strategy development, and evaluation of global health organizations, as well as supported COVID-19 related analyses and systematic reviews.

 

https://www.linkedin.com/in/jana-martic-62683b70/

 

Email: jana.martic@umontreal.ca

Past Analysts

Madelyn B. Goodman

MSc Epidemiology and Biostatistics

Jingyi Song

MA International Affairs, Economic and Political Development

Data Manager at the ICAP Harlem Prevention Center, September 2020 – Present

 

At Spark Street June – September 2020

 

Madelyn’s background is in research on women’s health and development. At Spark Street she supported systematic literature reviews as well as development of policy documents.

 

https://www.madelynbgoodman.com/

https://www.linkedin.com/in/madelyn-b-goodman/

 

Email: maddgoodm@gmail.com

Program Officer at The ELMA Philanthropies,
August 2020 – Present

 

At Spark Street January – July 2020

 

Jingyi’s background is in health policy. At Spark Street
she contributed to health policy research and analyses, including topics on global public health data and
drug access.

 

https://www.linkedin.com/in/jingyi-song-b3ba0740/

 

Email: js5133@columbia.edu

Jennifer Fearon

MPH Sociomedical Sciences

Saman Rouhani

MSc Health Policy, Planning, and Finance

Policy Advisor at the New Jersey Department of Health, October 2018 – Present

 

At Spark Street September 2017 – September 2018

 

Jennifer’s background is in supporting health policy development and action to advance health equity. At Spark Street she conducted literature and data syntheses, including on women’s health and health access topics.

 

https://www.linkedin.com/in/jenniferfearon/

 

Email: jennifer.fearon@caa.columbia.edu

Senior Associate at The Pew Charitable Trusts,
February 2018 – Present

 

At Spark Street October 2016 – July 2017

 

Saman’s background is in health policy research with a focus on economics. At Spark Street he focused on monitoring and evaluation in several target countries and client social media.

 

https://www.linkedin.com/in/saman-rouhani-553563a1/

 

Email:  samanrouhani@gmail.com

Saba Rouhani

PhD Global Disease Epidemiology & Control

Hannah Cooper

MBChB, MPH

Research Faculty, Department of Health, Behavior & Society, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

 

At Spark Street November 2016 – July 2017

 

Saba’s background is in disease epidemiology and the social determinants of health. At Spark Street she produced policy briefs, managed health communications, and engaged with stakeholders.

 

https://www.linkedin.com/in/saba-rouhani-b1116948/

 

Email: srouhan1@jh.edu; sabarouhani@gmail.com

Public health physician at NZ College of Public Health Medicine. Formerly at NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.

 

Hannah’s background is in public health medicine, noncommunicable disease prevention and health protection. At Spark Street she contributed to literature reviews and policy evaluations on noncommunicable disease and prevention of road traffic accidents.

 

https://www.linkedin.com/in/hannah-cooper-0046b93/

 

Email: hjanecooper@gmail.com

Anne Linn

MPH International Health and Development, Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine

Lea Giddins

MA Public Administration

Malaria Technical Advisor at USAID,
February 2019 – Present

 

At Spark Street 2016

 

Anne’s background is in global health, with particular expertise in household surveys, malaria, and community health. At Spark Street, she developed policy briefs on the integration of non-communicable disease prevention and treatment into infectious disease and maternal and child health programs for the WHO Global coordination mechanism on the prevention and control of NCDs.

 

https://www.linkedin.com/in/ann%C4%93-linn-24713732/

 

Email: annemarielinn@gmail.com

Program and Policy Manager at Women Creating Change, January 2020 - Present

 

At Spark Street December 2016 – February 2017;
May – December 2019

 

Lea’s background is in international affairs and urban policy. At Spark Street, she supported the development of literature reviews, articles, and reports.

 

https://www.linkedin.com/in/lea-giddins-621a3b35/

 

Email: leagiddins@gmail.com

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