Shiza Farid joined the Public Health Institute (PHI) as a Family Planning Data Analysis Advisor in April 2022. She is seconded to the FP2030 team and supports analyses related to global family planning. Prior to joining PHI, Shiza supported analyses related to family planning and demography at Avenir Health. She also has experience conducting data analysis, data cleaning, and creating data visualizations for UNICEF’s gender portfolio, University of Washington’s Global Center for Integrated Health of Women, Adolescents, and Children, and PATH’s Sayana Press team. Additionally, from 2011-2016, Shiza was at the United Nations Foundation as a Manager of Global Policy for the Universal Access Project (UAP). Shiza led UAP’s global advocacy efforts to ensure sexual and reproductive health and rights issues – as agreed to in the UN Sustainable Development Goals – were robustly integrated in U.S., global, and financing policies and priorities. Shiza has a Master of Public Health with a concentration in global health metrics and evaluation from the University of Washington in Seattle, Washington and a Bachelors of Arts in Economics and International Relations from American University in Washington, D.C.