Yolanda Botti Lodovico is the current Policy Lead in the Sabeti Lab at the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard. Prior to her work at the Broad Institute, she worked in immigration law, and then consulted as an intern for the French national government on improving the implementation of housing, health, and other social integration policies for refugees. She also consulted for Save the Children Germany, during which time she analyzed the effects of EU migration policies on the rights and wellbeing of children on the move. Yolanda’s passion for global health stems from her exposure to the challenges faced by refugees in accessing quality, as well as culturally- and linguistically-appropriate healthcare in all stages of their migration journey. In the Sabeti Lab, she works on policy writing and a range of projects dedicated to piloting Sentinel in vulnerable and underserved regions across the United States. Yolanda holds a Master in Public Policy from the Harvard Kennedy School and a Bachelor of Arts in International Studies and Art History from Boston College.
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