Sara Chace Dwyer is a Staff Associate for the Reproductive Health Program at the Population Council. She supports the development and implementation of research, monitoring, and evaluation activities that aim to expand access to family planning worldwide. In this role, she supports the development of research protocols and study instruments, manages data collection activities, and provides analysis and data management support. Her research areas focus on task sharing family planning services to private sector drug shops and pharmacies, quality of care and quality assurance in family planning, contraceptive continuation, and social behavior change programming. Chace Dwyer is also a member of the Population Association of America.
Before joining the Council, Chace Dwyer was a Program Officer at Jhpiego supporting the Helping Mothers Survive program. She also provided program management and monitoring and evaluation support to a wide portfolio of family planning and maternal health programs in India, Myanmar, and Yemen. Prior to Jhpiego, she was a two-term Peace Corps volunteer in Benin then Jordan.
Chace Dwyer has a Master of Public Policy from Georgetown University and a BS from the University of Vermont.