Navit Salzberg is a business analyst on the CHAMPS informatics team, where she guides the CHAMPS data quality monitoring and improvement workstream, supports the design and implementation of data collection forms, and provides support to all aspects of CHAMPS informatics projects.
Prior to joining PHII, Navit served as associate director of research projects for the CHAMPS Network. She was central in developing the CHAMPS protocol, mortality surveillance procedures and data collection forms. Most recently, she spearheaded data quality and monitoring and evaluation activities for the multi-site network. She has worked on a variety of global health projects, focusing on global mental health and health equity.
Navit holds a Bachelor’s of Arts in Psychology and Jewish, Islamic, and Near Eastern Studies from Washington University in St. Louis. She also earned a Master’s of Global Public Health focused in Community Health and Development from Emory University’s Rollins School of Public Health.