Ph.D. in Global Health, Arizona State University, 2017
MPH, Des Moines University, 2011
Master of Health Care Administration, Des Moines University, 2009
B.B.A., The University of Iowa, 2007
Dr. Sarah McCool is a Clinical Assistant Professor in Undergraduate Programs at the School of Public Health at Georgia State University. She teaches Introduction to Public Health, Public Health Careers & Professions, and Introduction to Maternal and Child Health.
Dr. McCool most recently worked to support a United States Agency for International Development (USAID)- funded child protection/anti-trafficking project in Haiti. She has worked extensively in the area of tuberculosis surveillance and prevention in Asia. She completed a USAID fellowship in Indonesia and consulted for a Fortune 500 company on methods for reducing tuberculosis incidence among garment factory workers in South Asia. Dr. McCool was previously the Executive Director of a Haiti-based NGO that provides primary care to the rural southwest population. She also has her own small NGO that works to support health and education projects in developing countries worldwide.
Her research interests include collective action among global health stakeholders and maternal and child health.