Natalie Sheneman

Natalie Sheneman is an advocacy associate for the Global Alliance for Surgical, Obstetric, Trauma and Anesthesia Care (G4 Alliance). She is also a master of business administration and master of public health dual degree candidate at the University of Illinois at Chicago, focusing on social enterprise and finance for global health and development. Previously, Sheneman worked for the Institute for Global Health at Northwestern University. She attended Carleton College, where she earned a BA in international relations.


Five Billion Reasons for Ramping Up Global Surgery

Creating surgical and anesthesia capacity is a win for pandemic preparedness


Nurses Will Lead Health-Care Teams Out of the Pandemic

Interprofessional collaboration will play an important role in mitigating the global health workforce crisis


Scaling up Surgery and Anesthesia, Post-Coronavirus

Expanding access to surgery and anesthesia globally would be a win–win for health security and universal health coverage


The WHO's Unheralded Role in Surgery

Why does the WHO matter? Its global health coordination makes surgical care more affordable and effective for everyone