Ebuwa is a Graduate Student Intern with Med Aditus and a dual degree candidate in the Master of Public Health and Master of Social Policy programs at the Brown School at Washington University in St. Louis. Ebuwa holds research fellowships with the Social System Design Lab and Prevention Research Center, in supporting domestic and international public health and policy research. Prior to graduate school, she transitioned from clinical medical practice in Nigeria to public health and policy, providing technical assistance with public-private partnerships, local and international nonprofits, particularly in low-and-middle-income country settings. She is also an alumna of the Global Health Corps Fellowship, a competitive leadership accelerator which mobilizes young global health leaders to advance health equity.
At Med Aditus, Ebuwa currently lends expertise by developing evidence-driven benchmarks across economic, health and other criteria, analyzing health policies and operational models for the Med Aditus enterprise in a dozen sub-Saharan African countries, leveraging mixed-methods research and robust industry frameworks to inform business strategy, and supporting grant applications and impact investment assessments to finance in-country operations. Additionally, in her capacity as a 2021 Fellow of the Clinton Global Initiative University, she is managing the Translating Evidence to Care for Child Farmworkers project, to assess health outcomes associated with occupational hazards, speed up the translation from research to policy, and ultimately find innovative solutions which center community engagement.
Ebuwa is passionate about applying complex systems approaches to policies and partnerships which secure good health for all, particularly in low-resource settings.