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Brooke Happ, MPH

Brooke Happ, MPH

  • Program Manager, Global Scholars' Program


Brooke Happ is a program manager for the Global Scholars Program in the Department of Global Pediatric Medicine.​

In this role, Brooke works with the team on the administration and vision of the Global Scholars Program. She leads the planning, coordination, implementation and oversight of processes related to the Global Scholars Projects. The projects are implemented by graduates of the St. Jude Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences Global Child Health master’s program that aim to bring about systems-level change to improve child health around the world.

A native of Georgia, USA, Brooke obtained her bachelor’s degree at the University of Georgia and earned a Master of Public Health in Epidemiology from the University of Kentucky. She has a range of experience in program coordination, public health epidemiology and infectious disease surveillance. She began her career with the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and subsequently worked as an epidemiologist at the Kentucky Department for Public Health. ​

Prior to joining the Global Scholars Program team, she supported the Global Infectious Diseases Program in the Department of Global Pediatric Medicine by facilitating training courses and coordinating capacity-building initiatives to improve infection care and prevention. It is her distinct privilege to work with the Global Scholars Program team to carry out the vision of the program and build out the Global Scholars Projects initiative.