Alexander Csanadi researches healthcare financing and sustainability of donor-funded programs in health. He is currently supporting Aceso Global’s work on HIV transition planning in Mauritius. His previous research includes investigating the effects of industrial policy in Ghana, as well as the impact of migrant remittances on a variety of development outcomes across sub-Saharan Africa. Prior to joining Aceso Global, he interned with the US Department of Commerce and at the Peace Corps Headquarters. He also served as Editor-in-Chief for American University’s undergraduate research journal, Clocks and Clouds. He holds a double Bachelor’s degree in International Studies and Economics from American University, with an additional certification in Community-Based Research.