During her professional tenure, Pauline Kabitsis has implemented several innovative health programs in Canada and India, including a telemedicine program and a tuberculosis surveillance program. She has advised multi-national non-profits GAVI, the Vaccine Alliance and the Pan American Health Organization on strategies to increase child immunization.
Pauline leads the healthcare practice at BEworks, a Behavioral Economics Management Consultancy, where her role involves conceptualizing research designs and creating strategies for Fortune 500 clients. She has extensive experience translating academic insights into commercial applications, having done so in Canadian hospitals to remove health care practitioner bias during diagnosis and developing educational tools that help inform treatment decisions on dialysis modality.
Pauline received her Master of Science in Global Health at McMaster University, where her research focused on the role of climate change on malaria distribution in Africa. When she’s not reading behavioral science literature, Pauline can be found scuba diving, ballet dancing and restaurant hopping.