Carol Corso serves as an Adjunct Faculty member in the Global and Community Health Department at George Mason University. She teaches courses in International Health and Introduction to Public Health. Ms. Corso brings more than 30 years of fieldwork and training to her teaching. In the U.S., she worked in community health with Planned Parenthood. Overseas, she has held various technical and management positions in global health while residing and working extensively in Africa and Asia. She has also served with the U.S. Peace Corps in the Philippines as a volunteer and then as a technical coordinator. She also served as the Vice President and Director of Behavior Change Communication worldwide for PATH, an international health and development organization. Her research interests include women's reproductive health, children's health, and the health of immigrant and minority populations in the U.S. She holds a Master's Degree in Public Health from the University of Pittsburgh School of Public Health with a focus on international health. Also certified in Leadership and Executive Skills Coaching at Georgetown University, Ms. Corso coaches professionals working in the field of global and community health.