Kristin Hughes Srour has been named associate director of the IU Center for Global Health and will join the center on October 3.
Srour has over 15 years of experience in international development and global health. She has helped to build community-based programs and social impact ventures and developed partnerships across government, private sector, NGOs and civil society focused on health equity.
“We are pleased to welcome Kristin to our team at IU working with our AMPATH partnerships and other global health care, training and research initiatives throughout the university,” said Adrian Gardner, MD, MPH, director of the IU Center for Global Health. “Her broad global health experience will be an asset to our colleagues at IU and our many partners around the world.”
Most recently, Srour was vice president of Social Impact + Inclusion at Golin where she provided strategic counsel to corporate, nonprofit, foundation and government clients to build, grow, and elevate their social impact, health equity and sustainability work.
“I look forward to the opportunity to bring many aspects of my work and personal passions together to advance the mission of the IU Center for Global Health and the AMPATH partnership,” said Srour. “I’ve long-admired the work of the center and am eager to contribute to its growth and future success.”
Srour spent 10 years at Special Olympics International. In the role of senior director for Global Health Programs and Partnerships she led the effort to increase access to health care and services for people with intellectual disabilities. Previously, Srour held roles within the U.S. government. She served at the U.S. Department of State working for the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) and at the White House in the Policy Development Office focusing on healthcare policy and supporting the Office of the National AIDS Control Policy. Srour also spent seven years as a member of the White House Presidential Advance team.
She graduated from Bucknell University and earned a Master of Business Administration from the University of Notre Dame.