Maryam is a Project Manager at Dimagi. She joined the Boston office after spending two years based in Delhi, where she spent most of her time working on mLabour, an innovation Research and Design project in the intrapartum space, tapping into the clinical space and creating the first CommCare application used 24/7. She drives mLabour initiatives for the company globally. Maryam has also led project implementations in maternal and child health, sex-trafficking, and malaria. She managed and now backstops a 12 country malaria project, with Abt Associates to track indoor residual spray in Africa before malaria season. She also works on a NIH SBIR creating an application that can be used to assess and treat NAS, a syndrome where infants of opiate addicts are born needing immediate treatment. Prior to Dimagi Maryam worked with the CDC to create pandemic response materials based on the CDC’s response to H1N1. Maryam received her MPH from Emory where she wrote her graduate thesis on intimate partner violence in Egypt.