Teaching Case Team

Ayesha McAdams-Mahmoud, ScD, MPH
Project Manager

Ayesha McAdams-Mahmoud, ScD, MPH, is a social scientist with special interests in the population health impact of storytelling. She is experienced in user-centered, qualitative, and mixed methods research and believes communities should be co-creators of equitable solutions. Ayesha is currently a Lead User Researcher at a San Francisco tech company called Salesforce, where she designs research programs and studies that shape and move forward the strategic vision of e-commerce products and portfolios. She is also a Pro Bono Fellow for Salesforce’s Impact Labs, where she is the Lead Design Researcher on an initiative targeting homelessness in the Bay Area. Ayesha has managed research programs and community-engaged partnerships at the Kaiser Family Foundation as well as Johns Hopkins and Emory universities. She graduated with her Doctor of Science from Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health in May 2019.

Eric Weinberger, BA
Case Writer

Eric Weinberger

Eric Weinberger is a Cambridge, Massachusetts, writer working with STRIPED on our teaching case series set in the fictional U.S. state of Columbia. In addition to working with STRIPED, he has written teaching cases for the Dartmouth Center for Health Care Delivery Science on the pioneering work of health care organizations nationwide on matters of clinical practice and delivery, including shared decision making and the reorganization of primary care.  Having graduated magna cum laude from Yale University with a degree in history, he spent eight years teaching expository writing at Harvard College and has published nearly 100 essays, op-eds, book reviews, travel articles, vignettes, and fiction pieces for leading U.S. and British newspapers and literary journals.

Megan Johnston, EdM
Instructional Designer, Bloom Learning Design

Megan Johnston is a Portland, Oregon-based instructional designer collaborating with STRIPED in the development and functional design of our teaching case e-modules. She is instrumental in helping us capture the spirit of the active classroom approach in a digital setting that will allow us to expand the STRIPED curriculum for global learners. Megan received her Master’s degree from the Harvard Graduate School of Education and has 10 years’ experience in educational technology, instructional design and digital product development.