Rachel D. Stelmach is a health economics and finance specialist at RTI who specializes in the economic analysis of health programs in low- and middle-income countries. Ms. Stelmach performs a wide array of economic analyses, from simple costing studies to complex probabilistic predictive models. Applying her background in public health, much of her project work focuses on infectious diseases, including neglected tropical diseases, malaria, other vector-borne diseases, and HIV/AIDS. She has also guided qualitative and quantitative systematic literature reviews on topics including the association between access to water and health, economic analyses of Aedes mosquito control programs, and indicators for monitoring and evaluating health systems strengthening programs.
Rachel D. Stelmach
Public Health Analyst
MPH, Global Health, Emory University
BA, Politics, minor in Economics, Oberlin College