Teddy Olberding, Program Manager, manages infectious disease collaborations and special projects across BVGH’s network of program partners. Teddy received his BS, Public Health and Communication, magna cum laude, from Tulane University. During his junior year, he researched Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island culture and health behaviors in Australia. In his senior year, he worked with SightSavers to evaluate the effectiveness of various water, sanitation, and hygiene campaigns designed to decrease the prevalence of various neglected tropic diseases among underserved global populations. Teddy is a native of Cincinnati, Ohio. In his spare time, he enjoys filmmaking and analysis, and playing soccer. He is also active in sports media, including spending some of his weekends assisting in the Cincinnati Bengals’ press box.