Sasha Grenier

Senior Technical Officer

Sasha joined the LMG Project in December 2011. Prior to joining MSH, Sasha worked at the Pan-American Health Organization where she provided M&E, research and communications support for the Gender, Diversity and Human Rights Office. Sasha has extensive research experience, including for a NIH-funded maternal health project and for the Miami-Dade Health Department’s Women’s Health office where she piloted and evaluated a survey on perceived barriers for colorectal cancer screening.  She also spent time working for prison reform at the Pennsylvania Prison Society, and worked as an Assistant Editor for a nationwide prisoner-led newsletter.  This experience inspired her thesis: an ethnography of an informal network connecting incarcerated mothers in Philadelphia to Amish women in rural Pennsylvania. Her international experience includes work in Vietnam and India on religious refugee communities. She holds a Master’s of Public Health degree and a Bachelor’s of Arts in Sociology and Religion from Swarthmore College. Sasha brings her research, M&E, program management, and communications skills to her new position. She is Cuban-American, fluent in Spanish and English, and loves rock climbing, running, and art.