Global Health Strategy Consultant, Rabin Martin
Nicole’s experience spans stakeholder engagement, strategy development, business development and project management. She currently works as a global health strategy consultant at Rabin Martin, where she supports corporate clients in programmatic, policy and communications activities to expand their impact in global health. In this role, Nicole builds partnerships and develops strategies for multi-sectoral engagement; conducts research and analysis on issues spanning global health security, maternal health and non-communicable diseases to inform clients’ activities; and crafts reports, presentations and other materials to help clients effectively articulate their work.
Previously, Nicole worked for the Clinton Global Initiative, an initiative of the Clinton Foundation that brought together global leaders to develop solutions to the world's most pressing challenges. Having served in various roles, Nicole was most recently an account manager, responsible for cultivating and managing partnerships with senior leadership at corporate and nonprofit organizations from the health and technology spheres. Nicole graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Tulane University with a BA in Political Science and International Development and worked with multiple disaster response-focused organizations during her time in New Orleans.