Natalie Perou Lubin, B.A., is a Research Assistant with the Board on Health Care Services of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. She has been at the National Academies for two years and has worked on projects in areas such as cancer research and care; infectious disease prevention, detection, surveillance, and response; and international regulatory systems. Prior to the National Academies, Natalie worked as a Program Assistant at the Duke-Margolis Center for Health Policy. In Natalie’s academic and professional career, she is passionate in the areas of child and maternal health, reproductive health rights, health education, and water sanitation and hygiene. Supporting these interests, Natalie was a data analyst intern at the Global Development Lab at USAID, in which she worked on the Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning strategy for the Innovations and Design Advisory team. Additionally, Natalie carried out water sanitation research in rural Kenya through DukeEngage and the Women’s Institute for Secondary Education and Research (WISER). Natalie is a graduate of Duke University with bachelor’s degrees in global health and cultural anthropology.