Pamela R. Johnson, PhD.
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In 2001, Pamela Johnson co-founded and is now Executive Vice President of
a social venture using information technology to support public health and safety in the developing world. She also invented an
application of voice-based technology to support global disease surveillance and case management for chronic disease.
Dr. Johnson received her PhD in medical anthropology from the University of California at Berkeley.
Not without some notoriety, she was once research assistant to Dr. Margaret Mead and has photos published in the National Geographic
Having coordinated AID’s global Child Survival Fund program with grants for such programs in 50 countries and a budget that grew from
$25 million to $150 million annually, Pamela comes to us well versed in children’s global health.