Selena Ross is a Montreal-based reporter who often writes about health policy. She graduated in 2009 from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism and spent the next year writing about New York health and hospitals. Now back in her native Canada, Selena has reported from Quebec for the Associated Press, from Halifax for the Chronicle Herald, and from Ottawa for The Daily. She still likes to keep her hand in American health policy whenever possible. She joined the Healing the World project in spring 2011 as a GlobalPost/Kaiser Global Health Reporting Fellow, and after reading through piles of GHI paperwork, is prepared to field your toughest questions on funding, who’s who in the Obama aid world, and the details of country-by-country policy. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.