Advisory Council Members

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Munsaka Mubela, Program Manager, Alive and Mobile Zambia (previously Drivers Association of Zambia)

Farzana Ramzan, PhD, Social Scientist, Gender and Digital Data Specialist, Analytics and Learning Division, Bureau for Resilience and Food Security, United States Agency for International Development

Paul Bolton, Senior Scientist, Department of International Health, Department of Mental Health, Johns Hopkins School of Public Health, MBBS, MPH

Ravi Paul, MD, Senior Lecturer and Head of the Department of Psychiatry, University of Zambia

Candice Feiring, PhD, Senior Research Scholar, Department of Psychology, The College of New Jersey

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Llewellyn J. Cornelius, PhD, LCSW, has more than 27 years of experience in Community-Based Participatory Research and more than 34 years of experience in survey design, statistical support, community development and empowerment, and evaluation research. Dr. Cornelius has been recognized as the fifth most-cited African American scholar in social work, Cornelius's book, Designing and conducting health surveys: a comprehensive guide, has been cited more than 1,700 times since it was published in 2006. In May of 2014 he published a book entitled A social justice approach for survey design and analysis. New York: Oxford University Press. In 2019 he received the Carl A. Scott Memorial Lecturer Award by the Council on Social Work Education for his lifetime achievements in social and economic justice.

Llewellyn Cornelius, PhD, LCSW

Donald Lee Hollowell Distinguished Professor of Civil Rights and Social Justice Studies

University of Georgia, Athens

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