Global Health Pathways Series
To inspire students across disciplines to engage in global health efforts in their future professional pathways, we are presenting a series of interviews with Global Health Practitioners from multiple disciplines around the world. We invited friends of the Center throughout the university, global health program alumni, and our international partners to share their professional pathways and experiences in global health.
Kaylee Myhre Errecaborde, DVM PhD, is a policy researcher and a veterinarian. Kaylee supports researchers and practitioners to situate their technical work within the context of global policies and frameworks. As a Technical Consultant with the World Health Organization (WHO) in Geneva, Switzerland, she supports member countries to utilize the Tripartite Zoonoses Guide to build capacity for multisectoral, One Health preparedness and response for zoonotic disease. As faculty at the University of Minnesota she leads the development of policy programs at the College of Veterinary Medicine and consults on global health projects. She previously worked for the US Congress on global health, border health and food security issues with both the US House Foreign Affairs Committee and the US Senate Homeland Security Committee.