Erin Hasselberg, MSc
Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor
Boston University School of Public Health
Dept of Global Health

MSc, Harvard School of Public Health



Ms. Erin Hasselberg is the Project Director for Boston University School of Public Health's Evaluation of Access Accelerated Program (http://sites.bu.edu/evaluatingaccess-accessaccelerated/), a first ever rigorous independent evaluation of the International Federation of Pharmaceutical Manufacturers and Associations initiative to combat non-communicable diseases globally. She is also the Director of the Pharmaceuticals Certificate Program for the Master of Public Health Program at Boston University School of Public Health. She also teaches the two-time Teaching Award winner course, GH 722, Supply Chain Management for Improved Health System Performance.

Ms. Hasselberg previously served as the Manager for Global Health Supply Chains in the Humanitarian Response Lab at MIT's Center for Transportation and Logistics. Ms. Hasselberg was responsible for MIT's engagement in the $15M CDC-funded ACCEL project (Academic Consortium Combating Ebola in Liberia) as well as new business development for MIT's global health supply chain portfolio. Prior to MIT, Ms. Hasselberg was a Senior Technical Advisor with the Center for Health Logistics at John Snow, Inc (JSI). With more than 12 years of experience working with public health supply chains in resource-limited settings, Ms. Hasselberg has focused primarily on strengthening the capacity of people and organizations in supply chain management. She has worked with Ministries of Health, US Government, non-governmental organizations, private companies and academic institutions in more than a dozen countries in Africa, Asia, and Latin America via her technical roles on the USAID | DELIVER PROJECT, PEPFAR’s flagship Supply Chain Management System project, and the board of the People that Deliver Global Initiative. During Ms. Hasselberg’s tenure with USAID’s two largest supply chain contracts, she oversaw the sustainable inclusion of supply chain management modules in more than 25 higher education institutions in lower and middle income countries.

Ms. Hasselberg has her M.S. from Harvard School of Public Health and B.S. from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
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