Ph.D. Candidate in Health Policy and Management
Johns Hopkins University
Mani Keita is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Health Policy and Management at Johns Hopkins University’s Bloomberg School of Public Health. Prior to beginning her graduate studies, she earned her bachelor’s degree in public health studies at Johns Hopkins University and worked as a research assistant at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. Keita’s research goals are to improve health and economic outcomes for older adults and their caregivers and to translate her research findings into equitable policy changes. Her work has been supported by National Institutes of Health, and she is currently supported by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.