Rantimi Adetunji


Rantimi’s dissertation will examine demand and supply factors of equitable elder care in Vietnam, with translatable learnings for building a culture of health in the United States. Her research interests include healthy aging, economic evaluations, HIV, injury and violence prevention.

Rantimi’s (run-TEA–me) passion to reduce health and wealth inequities globally has been her career’s compass. Her experiences include financial inclusion, economic participation, and economic evaluations of HIV and TB interventions. She holds Master degrees in Health Economics and Nonprofit Management. She earned a BS with honors in Applied Economics and Management from Cornell University. She served in AmeriCorps for two years as a Massachusetts Promise Fellow at MGH’s Center for Community Health Improvement, where she managed youth development programs for students in Boston Public Schools.


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