Integral Global has strong in-country partnerships with organizations that can rapidly mobilize to support the needs of our partners. With a strong track record of working with Ministries of governments in Central Asia, South Asia, the Middle East and sub-Sahara Africa, our team has extensive knowledge of in-country operations through a variety of mechanisms that allow us to support partners in achieving goals. Over the last four years, Integral Global has had extensive impact coordinating and implementing public health programs, including epidemiological and laboratory training, outbreak investigations, process improvement, infrastructure development for capacity building programs, and logistical needs. Integral has worked with agencies such as USAID, the Department of State, the Department of Defense, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Through these partnerships, we have effectively managed inter-agency coordination between government and non-governmental partners to bring resources where they are most needed.
Integral Global’s Mission is to deliver public health impact to vulnerable communities and expand the reach of international partners in difficult to reach parts of the world.
- Ethical program delivery
- Integrity in our relationships
- Sustainable implementation
Integral Global’s Team
Jenna Buttolph – 1st Year MPH Candidate, Rollins School of Public Health. Jenna is a current graduate student at Emory University, earning her MPH in Global Health, with the Infectious Diseases concentration. She has worked internationally in rural clinics located in The Gambia, assisting with vaccinations, HIV/AIDS care, and decreasing the prevalence of malnutrition seen in infants and children. Jenna earned her Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Public Health, with minors in French, nutrition, and global health at Miami University, Magna Cum Laude. She is also published author in the Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior.
Habib Rahman-Kader – 2nd Year MPH Candidate, Rollins School of Public Health. Habib, is from New Jersey. He graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2017 with a major in economics and minors in math and global health. After graduation, Habib worked as a legislative aide on issues pertaining to pension funds, opioid crisis, and college affordability for a NJ assemblyman. Habib did his undergraduate practicum study in Spain and Morocco on human trafficking. Currently, he is pursuing an MPH in Health Policy and Management at Emory University.