Elizabeth Long is Associate Director of Programs for the NTD Support Center at The Task Force for Global Health. In this role, she provides technical support for operational research projects with social science components. Prior to joining the NTD-SC team, Elizabeth supported data analysis for qualitative research projects in Ethiopia with the Trachoma Control Program at The Carter Center. She also worked at the Global Tuberculosis Branch at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, supporting two studies focused on access to TB & HIV care for Zambian and Mozambican mineworkers. Elizabeth served as a Health & Organizational Strengthening Volunteer with the Peace Corps in Mozambique from 2015-2017 where she was placed with a district-level hospital and a community-based organization focusing on HIV, TB, and Malaria prevention. Her research interests include health equity, access to long-term care needs for mobile and refugee populations, and community-based participatory research.
Elizabeth completed her MPH in Global Health with a focus on Complex Humanitarian Emergencies at Emory University. She also holds a BA in Spanish and a BS in Communication Sciences & Disorders from Rockhurst University.