Eleanor Joseph is a joint degree candidate pursuing a Master of Business Administration and Master of Public Policy from Harvard Business School and Harvard Kennedy School respectively. At Harvard, she is focusing on the study of negotiation and global health policy. Prior to Harvard, Eleanor worked with the Clinton Health Access Initiative in Kampala, Uganda. From 2009 until 2011, she advised and supported the Ugandan Ministry of Health in its efforts to increase the diagnosis and treatment rate among HIV-positive individuals. Her work focused on managing CHAI’s diagnostic program, which focused on infant diagnoses of HIV and accurate, timely monitoring of all HIV-infected Ugandans. Before joining the Clinton Foundation, Eleanor spent two years in the Life Sciences Practice of Charles River Associates, a Boston-based economic and business strategy consulting firm. Eleanor graduated with honors from Swarthmore College, where she earned her Bachelor of Arts in economics and history.