Allison Krugman

Allison (Allie) Krugman is the data visuals staff editor for Think Global Health at the Council on Foreign Relations. Prior to starting at the Council, she developed health policy and advocacy campaigns at the Community Service Society and consulted for foundations and multilateral organizations at Global Health Strategies. She is an alum of the Lede Program for Data Journalism, an intensive in narrative data analysis and visualization from Columbia Journalism School. She also holds a master's of public health in health policy analysis from Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health and a bachelor's degree in international relations from Claremont McKenna College.


How Gender and Sex Shape Disease

New research exposes why health systems should tailor responses to the needs of men and women starting at a young age


A Longer Life Begins in the Classroom

A new study measures how much extra life comes from being educated


In Myanmar, Health Care Has Become a Battleground

Three years after a military coup, attacks against health care in Myanmar have reached a tipping point


Powerful Legacies: New Memoir Explores Racism in Health Care and Beyond

Dr. Uché Blackstock examines the systems that oppress Black Americans and urges her readers to challenge them