Dr. Elizabeth Armstrong-Mensah has a PhD in International Affairs and Development, a Masters in International Affairs, a Certificate in Training and Development, and a Bachelors in Sociology. She is currently affiliate Assistant Professor at Georgia State University where she teaches Introduction to Global Health in the School of Public Health’s Master of Public Health Program. Dr. Elizabeth Armstrong-Mensah is also Adjunct Assistant Professor at the Morehouse School of Medicine and an ORISE Fellow with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s National Center for Environmental Health. As a fellow, Dr. Armstrong-Mensah is responsible for program evaluation, evaluation plan development and implementation, quantitative and qualitative evaluation instrument design, data collection and analysis, and report writing. Dr. Armstrong-Mensah has experience in HIV/AIDS, gender issues, project management, capacity building, and instructional material design.