Kaufmann is a consultant on diplomacy for international health and has worked for multiple clients. She was a visiting scholar with the Johns Hopkins University’s Global Health and Foreign Policy Initiative. She was previously director of the Office of International Health Affairs at the Department of State.

Kaufmann earned a master’s degree in national resource strategy from the National Defense University’s Industrial College of the Armed Forces. She also has a master’s degree in Latin American studies from the University of New Mexico.

Recent Posts by Judith Kaufmann

The Future Of The Polio Eradication Campaign

The week of December 17 was a grim one for the polio eradication effort in Pakistan. Seven Pakistani women health workers and two Pakistani men, all working to ensure the success of the polio campaign, were killed, presumably by members of the Pakistani Taliban. This is a tragedy, for the...

January 11, 2013Global Health Policy, Public Health