I am a biocultural anthropologist at Arizona State University, where I founded the Center for Global Health. Trained in human biology, demography, and medical anthropology, I do collaborative, transdisciplinary social science research to understand and solve complex health and environmental challenges. I also teach anthropology and global health and train students in how to conduct social research.
Lazy, Crazy, and Disgusting: Stigma and the Undoing of Global Health (2019): Winner of the Carol R Ember Book Prize
I am proud to be on the steering committee of the HWISE research collaborative network, funded by the National Science Foundation. The effort brings together scholars and practitioners from all around the world to better document the lived experience of water insecurity.