Doctoral student in Healthcare Management and Leadership, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
Ezinne is a physician with a background in Health systems development and quality improvement. She served as the Advisor for Quality measurement and Evaluation at the Health Strategy and Delivery Foundation where she led a nationwide quality improvement initiative for primary health care centers in collaboration with the National Primary Health Center Development Agency in Nigeria. Prior to this she managed the Quality Improvement initiatives at the Delivery Unit of the Honorable Minister of State for Health in 2011-2013. In this role, She guided the process for the development and finalization of the first draft of the Nigerian National quality of care strategy document.
She received her Medical degree from Igbinedion University Nigeria and a Masters in Public Health Policy and Management from Harvard T.H Chan School of Public Health. She is a 3rd year doctoral student in Healthcare management and leadership at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Her research Interests lie in Quality Improvement of care, Health Disparities, implementation science and organizational behavior.