Research Assistant, Humanitarian Supply Chain Lab
PhD Candidate

Chelsey Graham works at the MIT Center for Transportation and Logistics in the Humanitarian Supply Chain Lab. She is currently engaged in two projects with USAID’s Bureau for Humanitarian Assistance. She has both private sector and humanitarian supply chain experience ranging from Office Depot, Amazon, and the UN World Food Programme, where she spent two years in Ethiopia working on private sector supply chain capacity building.

Most recently she worked on the University of Washington’s Seattle Flu Study team, with a focus on rapid testing and intervention to detect and respond to pandemics. She holds a Master’s degree from MIT’s Supply Chain Management program and a B.S from Purdue.

Chelsey Graham