Aubrey Cody, MPH


Aubrey’s work is inspired by her belief that all women and children have a right to give and start life healthy and safe. Over the past fifteen years, Aubrey’s passion for maternal, newborn and child health has taken her to Afghanistan, Ethiopia, Kenya, Rwanda, Vietnam, Zimbabwe and Indonesia. She has designed and supported innovative reproductive, maternal, newborn and child health initiatives for international organizations, including Save the Children, Intrahealth International, and the International Rescue Committee. Aubrey has co-authored numerous publications including the U.N. Commission on Life Saving. Commodities for Women and Children: Country Case Studies.

As a Senior Advisor at Sage Innovation, Aubrey has led the firm’s efforts in MNCH. These projects have focused on increasing access to medicines and new technologies in MNCH by guiding philanthropic investment, launching new institutional initiatives or encouraging creative partnerships that link global with local change.

Aubrey holds a Bachelor of Science from Georgetown University School of Foreign Service and a Master of Public Health from Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health.