Ana María Samper researches global healthcare systems with a focus on efficiency, quality, financing and payment systems and integrated healthcare networks. She supports an array of project teams, including providing considerable technical inputs for Aceso Global’s work on reducing health equity gaps faced by those living in extreme poverty in the Salud Mesoamérica Initiative. Prior to joining Aceso Global, she worked in government consulting and private equity in Colombia. She also served as a Geopolitical Researcher in Foreign Brief and as Vice President of the Latin American Committee at Tufts University. She holds a double Bachelor’s degree of Economics and International Relations with a regional focus in Latin America, and speaks Spanish and French.