Sam Chivers is program manager with the Global Health Policy Center at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), where she supports research projects and leads communications efforts. She has extensive experience with the U.S. and Australian governments and multilateral institutions in global health. She previously served as policy adviser in the Indo-Pacific Centre for Health Security at the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, where she led Australian engagement with global health partnerships including the Global Health Security Agenda. She previously worked on government relations and policy on measles and rubella vaccinations, antimicrobial resistance, and nutrition for the United Nations Foundation and 1,000 Days in Washington, D.C. Prior to her advocacy work, she worked in Southeast Asia on migration health for the United Nations and for multiple public health research groups at the University of New South Wales. Sam holds an undergraduate degree in microbiology from the University of Technology Sydney and a master’s degree with honors in International Health and graduate certificates in peace and conflict studies and health communications from the University of Sydney.