Sang-Hee Min ’11
Program Officer, Global Policy & Advocacy, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

Sang-Hee Min
Sang-Hee Min is Program Officer, Global Policy & Advocacy at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, focusing on global polio eradication.

Sang-Hee has also worked in the foundation's Global Policy & Advocacy division, supporting the polio team through advocacy, communications, and resource mobilization.

Prior to joining the foundation, Sang-Hee worked on polio communications at UNICEF. Her experience in public health spans advocacy, communications, policy, and research across public and private sectors, on issues including infectious diseases, family planning, mental health, breast cancer, and health disparities.

Sang-Hee holds a Masters in Public Health in Epidemiology and Global Health from Columbia University, and studied Neuroscience and Music at Wellesley College. She was an Albright Fellow in 2011.