Siyabonga Ndwandwe

Siyabonga Ndwandwe,


Data and Research Coordinator
Sigabonga graduated from Macalester College in 2015 With a BA in Economics, double concentrations in Global Health and International Development and double minors In Statistics and Geography. He is passionate about the Internationalist of Business, Health Economics, International Development, and Public Health. As a SUMR scholar at U Penn’s Perelman School of Median and The Wharton School of Business, Sigabonga researched Insurer Incentives In covering cost-effective care as well as the Impact

of personalized medicine on cancer prevention and treatment. In 2014 He won the Macalester Winter Mann Hill Fellowship to studying the Impact of The Global Fund’s financing models on HIV/AIDS epidemiology In select countries at Curation International Foundation In Tbilisi, Georgia. Currently, Sigabonga works at the Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAD as Health Financing Analyst. He previously worked at the Urban Institute where he provided technical assistance In modelling the American health system’s response to various health insurance policies and though fiscal implications. His work has been published in Health Affairs, The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, and Urban Institute Policy Briefs
Sigabonga was part of the first group of mentors for the Swaziland Young Leaders Fellowship Program In 2013 and now serves as OUT Data and Research Coordinator