Sean Mann serves as a senior business analyst on the CHAMPS informatics team. In this position, Sean leverages his expertise in informatics, data modeling and technology solutions to support the CHAMPS IT architecture managed by PHII, which captures and warehouses key data on causes of death of children under the age of five in sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia.
Sean brings to PHII over a decade of professional experience in nonprofit, education, research and software solution implementation. Over the course of his career, Sean has worn many hats, functioning as a solutions architect, business analyst, data architect, trainer and technical lead across projects. In his most recent role for Emory University, Sean led the design and management of the data capture tool used in Emory University’s COVID-19 contact tracing efforts. He also designed, developed and deployed an internal disease surveillance electronic health record (EHR) system at Emory for use in ongoing COVID-19 surveillance of students at Emory University.
Sean holds a Master of Public Health in informatics from Emory University and a Master of Education in instructional technology from Georgia Southern University. He also earned a Bachelor of Science in economics from the University of West Georgia.