Gratiana Fu

Data Scientist

Gratiana Fu is a Data Scientist with focused expertise managing and using global health data, natural language processing, and geospatial analysis. Most recently, as a member of DAI's Center for Digital Acceleration, she supported efforts to collect, manage, analyze, and use high quality data to inform decision-making for donor-funded projects around the globe. While at DAI, Gratiana also spearheaded research into the ethical use of artificial intelligence in international development and has written and spoken extensively on the topic. Prior to her work at DAI, she was a Global Health Corps Fellow based in Rwanda where she led digital health initiatives that improved healthcare access and quality for post-operative cardiac patients. She is also a volunteer member of the Racial Equity Index Working Group.