Program Director, Research Evaluation and Student Engagement at SEAD
Kimberly Bardy Langsam works from CASE as the Program Director of the Social Entrepreneurship Accelerator at Duke (SEAD); SEAD is a program on which CASE is a key partner, and in which CASE applies its years of research in scaling impact to the global health arena. Kim manages the research and evaluation agenda for SEAD, working with faculty, staff, and students to build the knowledge base around scaling innovations in global health. Additionally, Kim oversees SEAD’s student engagement activities, working with a student advisory council to identify ways to inspire and engage the next generation of development professionals who will bring innovative thinking to their work. Kim was previously a Health Development Officer in the Office of HIV/AIDS at USAID where she worked on PEPFAR’s supply chain management initiatives and worked closely with USAID Missions and multilateral partners. Kim has a BA from the University of Pennsylvania, and an ScM from the Harvard School of Public Health.