Maningbè Keita Fakeye, PhD is serving as a Presidential Fellow in the Office of Diversity and Inclusion, within the Office of the Provost, at the Johns Hopkins University.
Mani earned her PhD in Health Services Research and Policy from the Department of Health Policy and Management at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg of Public Health, and her bachelor’s degree in Public Health Studies from the Johns Hopkins University. Mani is also a graduate of the Health Policy Research Scholars program, funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. In her prior work, she has managed clinical trials, organized scientific conferences, taught academic courses, and delivered various scientific presentations. Mani has also worked as a consultant identifying strategies to integrate equity into academic and organizational educational content and decision-making. In her research she has examined the role of social and structural determinants of health related to aging, health and wellbeing, and productivity.
In her current work as a Presidential Fellow, she conducts interdisciplinary organizational research, translates data for diverse stakeholders, applies systems-thinking, and identifies scalable solutions to support the University in reaching strategic equity goals.