Leadership; business management; innovation; sustainability; global health and technology
Maureen Sarewitz is a clinical instructor in the Department of Health Systems and Population Health and the founder of Acacia Growth & Impact Consulting, a product management and marketing consultancy supporting the growth and strategic priorities of nonprofits and startups. She has worked with a variety of public health organizations, including a nonprofit health tech company that leverages and democratizes data to improve global health outcomes, as well as the Global Health eLearning program at the UW. Sarewitz previously worked at UW’s International Training and Education Center for Health (I-TECH) where she supported the capacity building of health care workers in Tanzania and Namibia. She also spent 10 years managing complex projects and initiatives in the technology sector. Sarewitz earned her master’s degree in development economics from Tufts University and an MBA from Dartmouth College.
MA International Relations, Tufts University, 2013
MBA Dartmouth College, 2012
BA Political Science, University of Washington, 2006