Dusuba Sesay

Dusuba Sesay, MHA, is a Program & Communications Specialist with ICF International in the Healthcare Delivery Research Program. Dusuba provides program, operations, communications, and administrative support to the NCI Community Oncology Research Program (NCORP) Cancer Care Delivery Research (CCDR) team. Dusuba received her MSc in Health Services Administration with a certificate in Long Term Care from D’youville College in 2018 and holds a BS in Health and Community Wellness from SUNY College at Buffalo State.

Prior to joining NCI, Dusuba was a Health Policy Analyst and served as a compliance and contract monitor at the Maryland Department of Health. She provided technical guidance, data analysis/reporting, and policy guidance to the state-funded roll-out of their electronic provider enrollment system. During her time as a graduate student, Dusuba conducted a research study as part of her thesis in Sierra Leone to examine the correlation between culture and religion with the rapid spread of the 2013-2016 Ebola Virus outbreak. Dusuba has an interest in Global Health and reducing health disparities in third world countries.

In her free time, Dusuba enjoys working out, reading fiction, travelling, watching crime shows, and hanging out with her family.

dusu.sesay@nih.gov


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Last Updated: 09 Jul, 2019