Global Health Pathways Series: Walter James
Walter Y. James is an aid worker with 14 years of humanitarian relief experience in over 10 countries/emergency responses, including Haiti, DR Congo, Nigeria, Ebola Response (Liberia), Syrian Conflict Response, South Sudan, Rwanda, Venezuelan Migrant Response (Colombia), and Burma. His technical areas of professional focus include project management and humanitarian logistics/supply chain, often in health-related programs. Walter holds bachelor degrees from the University of Minnesota and a master’s degree in public policy from the University of Maryland. In his spare time, Walter enjoys eating street food, learning new languages, and recovering from tropical diseases.