Dr. Claire Chaumont serves as the founding Director for Program Evidence, Measurement and Evaluation at the END Fund, a private philanthropic initiative focused on Neglected Tropical Diseases, where she oversees activities that provide a view of the organization’s impact. Claire has more than thirteen years of work experience in global health, health systems strengthening and health financing, and has worked for a wide range of organizations including UNFPA, Ariadne Labs, the World Health Organization and the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB and Malaria. Dr. Chaumont started her career as a management consultant, helping hospitals in France and the United Kingdom to improve the quality and efficiency of their services.
Dr. Chaumont is a Fulbright Scholar and received her Doctorate in Public Health from Harvard, a double Master in Health policy planning and financing from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM) and the London School of Economics (LSE), and a Master in International Business from Sciences Po Paris. She currently teaches public health at Harvard and has published widely in peer-reviewed and mainstream journals.