Technical Specialist for Donor Transitions, Advocacy, Financing, and Sustainability
Naomi Beyeler is a Technical Specialist for Donor Transitions with the Advocacy, Financing, and Sustainability team at the UCSF Malaria Elimination Initiative (MEI). She also heads the climate change and health initiative at the UCSF Institute for Global Health Sciences (IGHS). At MEI, Naomi leads the transitions portfolio, working to ensure the long-term sustainability and impact of malaria eradication efforts during the transition from donor-supported programs to those that are fully managed and financed by countries. Naomi has over ten years of experience working both globally and in California on issues of health systems and finance, climate change, universal health coverage, and maternal and child health.
Naomi has Master’s degrees in Public Health and City Planning from the University of California, Berkeley, and is a PhD candidate in Global Health Sciences at UCSF.