Macie Rollins spent the last eighteen months as an independent consultant with several NGOs while living in Germany with her spouse, a U.S. Marine. Rollins begins an MPH at Johns Hopkins University. She previously worked four years at USAID in Washington, D.C., in the Legislative and Public Affairs office and at the Bureau of Global Health, where her focus was on implementation research projects in maternal and child health. Rollins received BAs in sociology and political science with a minor in international development from BYU. While at BYU, she was a PEAT intern and president of Students for International Development, and following graduation, she received a Future Leaders in Action Fellowship, planning and evaluating programs serving at-risk youth in Utah.