Caroline Anitha Devadason has a Master of Public Health degree from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School and is currently a Public Health professional providing mental health first aid training through an initiative of the New York City Mayor’s Office.
Caroline has consulted for the World Health Organization on climate change and health, conducting a regional assessment of climate change adaptation and mitigation strategies that was presented at the 2018 World Health Assembly, and for the Rockefeller Foundation Economic Council on Planetary Health at the Oxford Martin School, University of Oxford. She has broad public health experience in international health, population health information technology, clinical research and skills in grants and program management. She has also published in a variety of disciplines including NAFLD, HIV/AIDS, climate change and health and population displacement.
Caroline is also interested in sustainable business practices that incorporate climate change mitigation and attain the UN Sustainable Development Goals.