Anne-Marie Lugossy, D.E.C. Technologie de radiodiagnostic, BHSc, RT(R), MPH(s)
Vice President and Chief Operating Officer
As a radiological technologist with nearly 15 years of experience in a broad range of modalities spanning across academic, public, and private sectors, Anne-Marie is Vice President and Chief Operating Officer at RAD-AID International. Anne-Marie holds a Diploma in Radiological Sciences, a Bachelor’s degree in Health Sciences with a certificate in Disability Management, and is soon to complete a Master’s in Public Health (MPH) with a focus on global health, program planning and evaluation, and epidemiology.
Passionate about global health and reducing health disparities locally and globally, Anne-Marie started her RAD-AID journey as a RAD-AID CAMRT Outreach Fellow to then serve in the Technologist Program, as Program Manager for RAD-AID Tanzania, and as Director of RAD-AID Tanzania. She has contributed towards building capacity across multiple French-speaking African countries and has advocated for RAD-AID’s operational programs and many other initiatives. She believes in the capacity to build a stronger global community through collaboration, communication, and care.
Lauren Fuller, MHA, RT(R)(MR), MRSO
Vice President and Chief Financial Officer
Ms. Fuller is a graduate of the Master of Healthcare Administration program and BS Radiologic Science program at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She is an MR technologist with UNC Health. Within RAD-AID International, she served as Director of the RAD-AID Chapters Network from 2014-2020, and participated in work-trips to Moshi, Tanzania and Lilongwe, Malawi to support technologist education. She is dedicated to continued financial transparency, growth, and sustainability to support RAD-AID’s mission and global health equity.
Ufara Zuwasti Curran, MD, MSc
Associate Director of Operations
Dr. Zuwasti Curran received her MD from the University of Indonesia and her Masters in Global Health Science from the University of Oxford’s Nuffield Department of Population Health. Prior to joining RAD-AID, Dr. Zuwasti Curran worked for Indonesia’s Vice President and Special Envoy for the Millennium Development Goals to strengthen public health delivery and systems insight. Ufara also served as Health System Specialist and Team Coordinator for USAID’s Health Finance and Governance project, and as consultant for the World Bank. Dr. Zuwasti Curran’s interests include national health policy and systems strengthening, innovative financing models, informatics, and interdisciplinary partnerships.