SHADAC Research Assistants
Adey Fentaw is a Graduate Research Assistant at SHADAC. She is also a second-year Master of Public Health student in the Public Health Administration and Policy program and graduated from George Washington University in 2018. Before enrolling to graduate school, Adey worked at the Department of Justice, Criminal Division, Fraud Section, where she worked on high-profile white-collar crime cases involving bribery of foreign officials and money laundering. During her time at DOJ, Adey worked extensively with the Office of International Affairs in analyzing, receiving, and preparing responses to incoming and outgoing evidence requests from foreign counterparts. In addition to her work with SHADAC, Adey conducts healthcare workforce development research with the Division of Health Policy and Management. She is also a Health Equity Intern with a global health non-profit, where she identifies and interviews stakeholders and reviews completed benchmarks.
Her research interests include global public health, health policy, and health equity.