Eliza Ennis is a Health Policy PhD student in the Decision Sciences track and a Knight-Hennessy Scholar. Previously, she worked on global health strategy at Dalberg Global Development Advisors. There, she designed structures for health financing reform, supported U.S. policy response to the Covid-19 pandemic, and developed a quantitative model to evaluate iron deficiency reduction approaches in sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia. She graduated from Harvard University with a bachelor’s degree in social studies with a focus on international relations and the Modern Middle East and a secondary in Global health and health policy. She was awarded the Stanley H. Hoffman Undergraduate Research Fellowship and also established and led the Women’s Media Center research team in Washington, D.C. She aims to drive equitable health outcomes by scaling effective health system design.