Tino Kreutzer, PhD Candidate
PhD Candidate, School of Health Policy and Management
Tino Kreutzer is an internationally recognized expert in the fields of humanitarian response and information management. He has more than 10 years’ experience working in the response to humanitarian crises, natural disasters, and the international Ebola epidemic for the United Nations and other organizations. Tino currently serves as the Crisis Informatics Coordinator at NetHope and is a Senior Advisor at the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative, where he has been instrumental to the creation of KoBoToolbox, the primary data collection tool in humanitarian emergencies. His PhD research focuses on pioneering a novel system for understanding population needs in emergencies through the innovative use of new technology.