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USCRI Vermont Welcomes New Health and Wellness Program Coordinator

By USCRI May 12, 2021

USCRI Vermont would like to welcome Olivia Moseley, our new Health and Wellness Program Coordinator, to the staff. Olivia brings 15 years of experience working in health and human rights nonprofits, including organizations working to meet the needs of refugees and immigrants. She worked in health and social service programing in the Middle East and sub-Saharan Africa for most of her career and brings advanced proficiency in French and Arabic. Much of Olivia’s professional experience has been international. She worked to create and support rights-based health education and community-level programming for communities in low-resource settings, including Egypt, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Niger, Jordan, Bangladesh, and Mozambique. While working at a global health organization in Boston, she helped develop and implement a project training health facility staff and providers in Cairo to deliver inclusive, culturally appropriate, and non-discriminatory care to refugees and immigrants. Olivia earned her MA in Arab Studies, Women and Gender Track from Georgetown University, School of Foreign Affairs and holds a BA in History from Vassar College. We are excited to have you join us at USCRI Vermont.


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