About ICF

Cameron Taylor

Lead, Malaria Research
Cameron is a malaria research and household survey specialist with over 10 years of experience providing technical assistance to the design, implementation, and analysis of population-based surveys.

Cameron is a research analyst who leads malaria research at the Demographic and Health Surveys (DHS) program. She has more than a decade of experience advancing global understanding of health and population trends.

Cameron has led or co-authored numerous peer-reviewed publications and reports and works closely with DHS staff and international counterparts. She provides technical expertise for the Malaria Indicator Surveys and DHS surveys on indicator development, questionnaire design, training, and fieldwork implementation.

Cameron is an expert in analyzing household survey malaria data and using survey results for making decisions. She worked extensively with the President’s Malaria Initiative staff in Washington, D.C., and around the world. She worked with donors and development partners on malaria indicator development and survey measurement.

Cameron sits on the Roll Back Malaria Partnership Monitoring and Evaluation Research Group, and she is the webmaster for www.malariasurveys.org.

  • M.P.H., Tulane University
  • B.A., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill