Alumni

Maningbè (Mani) Keita Fakeye

PhD Student, Health Policy and Management
Maningbè (Mani) Keita Fakeye
Academic Institution: Johns Hopkins University Location: Baltimore, Maryland Cohort Start Year: 2018
Research Topics: Education, End of Life/Late Stage Care, Health Care Access, Health Care Quality, Public Policy, Public, Population, and Community Health
Populations Served: African-American/Black, Asian/Asian American, At-Risk/Vulnerable Populations, Children and Families, Hispanic/Latino/Latinx, Low-Income Communities, Men's Health, Native/Tribal/Indigenous Peoples, Older Adults (65+ years), Pacific Islanders, People with Disabilities, Puerto Rico and other U.S. Territories, Rural Communities, Women's Health

FOCUS
As America’s older adult population increases, the effects of managing multiple chronic conditions become more burdensome. This program will support Mani’s work on evaluating the economic and social implications of chronic disease management in older adults and caregivers. Her work will inform equitable policy efforts to facilitate self-management, mitigate costs, improve quality of care, and enhance quality of life for older adults and caregivers.

MORE ABOUT MANI
Mani’s passion for older adults and caregivers comes from her multicultural upbringing that values maximizing well-being at all stages of life. She seeks to leverage her interdisciplinary background in gerontology, health economics, and health services research to drive policy and program improvements at the local and national levels.

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