Genevieve Grabman

Genevieve Grabman
Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) | PAHO

Juris Doctor

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Introduction
Currently researching: twin-to-twin transfer syndrome and digital-era human rights risk and policies (for two new publications). I am an attorney and expert on strategic planning, governance, and risk management. Based in Washington, DC, I have advised public, private, non-profit, and United Nations organizations and helped draft and pass organizational policies and procedures, national laws and regulations, and international treaties. My passion is using digital-era initiatives and the perspectives of human rights, gender, and diversity to achieve good governance and institutional change, as shown here: http://www.policyproject.com/matrix/index.cfm.

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Publications (12)
Book
In Challenging Pregnancy, Genevieve Grabman recounts being pregnant with identical twins whose circulatory systems were connected in a rare condition called twin-to-twin transfusion syndrome. Doctors couldn’t “unfuse” the fetuses because one twin also had several other confounding problems: selective intrauterine growth restriction, a two-vessel um...
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Las organizaciones públicas se enfrentan al desafío de unir la gestión de los riesgos y las nuevas tecnologías. Los órganos de contratación juegan un papel estratégico dentro de sus organizaciones públicas, apoyando al mismo tiempo la innovación y el control eficaz de los riesgos en la gestión pública.
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Change management for digital era governance is not the same as change management for a singular IT project or classic ERP project implementation. Digital era governance is managing behavioural change so that it becomes expected and limited only by the system’s configuration and updates. In a classic ERP system customized to match the status quo, b...
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Obesity-related non-communicable diseases (NCDs) are a primary health concern in Managua, Nicaragua, in particular among women, and research has evidenced a recent trend in increasing obesity among Nicaraguan girls. A wealth of research has established the link between physical inactivity, obesity and NCDs. The United Nations Convention on the Elim...
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dramatic demographic and epidemiological transition has oc- curred in Central Asia during the past decade, concurrent with the region's political and economic transition. This chapter attempts to explain the changing public health status in Central Asia by depicting the historical and social context in which public health is evolving. Kyr- gyzstan,...
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Honors essay: Curriculum in International Studies, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1995. Includes bibliographical references (leaves 85-91).

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