Pam Berenbaum is Director of the Global Health Program, Professor of the Practice of Global Health, and a member of the leadership team for the Experiential Learning Centers. She has taught at Middlebury since 2010, teaching courses on global health, public health policy, social change, and disaster public health. She is a faculty affiliate of the Privilege & Poverty program, and is the faculty advisor to the GlobeMed and Amnesty International student organizations. Pam holds a Master of Science in Health Policy and Management from the Harvard School of Public Health. She has worked in many sectors, including government, corporate, academic, consulting, and non-profit. For ten years, she was an infectious disease epidemiologist at the Vermont Department of Health, where she specialized in syndromic surveillance, bioterrorism, and all-hazards emergency preparedness, collaborating with personnel from other state agencies as well as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). An avid community volunteer, she has provided pro bono survey design, data analysis, leadership, and other service to numerous local organizations.