Filimon Ghebretinsae is a project manager at Panorama. In his role, he supports an outbreak preparedness project team by managing timelines, tracking deliverables, and developing content for partners.
Prior to joining Panorama, Filimon worked as a menstrual hygiene management researcher at World Vision International, while also writing his capstone paper on menstrual hygiene management as a barrier to girls’ education. He was also a Community Care Coordinator at Seattle Children’s Hospital, where he served as a non-clinical liaison with families, community providers, and other health advocates within King County.
As a Global Health Peace Corps Volunteer in Kenya, Filimon led community-wide health education projects related to HIV/AIDS and malaria. In Rwanda, he developed his project management skills by partnering with local organizations to lead the distribution of 100,000 water filters and cookstoves.
Filimon holds a dual Master of Sustainable International Development and Global Health Policy and Management from Brandeis University. He received his Bachelor of Arts in Communications from Western Washington University.
One of Filimon’s greatest adventures as a Peace Corps Volunteer was white water rafting on the Nile River in Uganda.