Ashley Arabasadi is the Health Security Policy Advisor for Sciences and Health and the Chair of the Global Health Security Agenda Consortium. Ashley has 10+ years experience working in humanitarian assistance, disaster response and international development. Ashley previously worked for International Medical Corps, where she led the organization's efforts on the Global Health Security Agenda; and USAID, where she worked in the Global Health Bureau's Office of Health, Infectious Disease and Nutrition office supporting the Child Survival Health Grants program and the Leadership Initiative for Public Health in East Africa program. She has worked in Afghanistan, Myanmar, Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia, Vietnam, Thailand, and the Middle East. Ashley holds a BA from Indiana University and an MSc from the University of Durham, England.