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Sarah Levine

Senior Program Officer, Health Communication and Media Partnerships


Washington, D.C.

Sarah Levine is a Senior Program Officer with the Health Communication & Media Partnerships program at the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation (KFF), where she manages the research and evaluation of public information campaigns that address important domestic health issues, with a focus on HIV/AIDS and other sexually transmitted diseases. She assesses qualitative and quantitative data to inform national media campaigns – notably Greater Than AIDS and It’s Your (Sex) Life. Prior to joining KFF in 2009, Ms. Levine was a senior consultant at Booz Allen Hamilton, where she worked in monitoring and evaluation for the Supply Chain Management System (SCMS), a project that delivers HIV/AIDS medications and supplies as part of the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR). Ms. Levine holds a Master of Science in Society, Human Development and Health from the Harvard School of Public Health and Bachelor of Science in Physiology & Neurobiology from the University of Maryland.