Zuzanna is a Lead Associate at Limestone Analytics where she conducts feasibility analyses, landscape assessments, instrument design, and capacity building across a range of sectors including health, nutrition, education, and innovative finance. She has worked with institutions including USAID, the Millennium Challenge Corporation, World Vision, Nutrition International, and the World Health Organization.
Zuzanna has also been involved in the development, management, and delivery of the Certified Professional Impact Analyst (CPIA) course at Queen’s University which provides training to professionals from government, NGOs, and the private sector on cost-benefit analysis, innovative finance, and evaluation.
Prior to joining Limestone, Zuzanna was a research assistant at the Centre for Health Services and Policy Research at the University of British Columbia. Her research involved conducting psychometric analyses of patient-reported outcomes, assessing surgical outcomes, and measuring access issues in primary/secondary care.
She holds an MSc in Population and Public Health from the University of British Columbia, and a BA in Economics and Health Studies from Queen’s University.
M.Sc. Population and Public Health (2018) University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada
B.A. Health Studies and Economics (2014) Queen’s University, Kingston, ON, Canada