G4 Alliance Executive Team



Sarah Hamilton, MA

Communications Officer

Sarah Hamilton leads the implementation of communication and marketing strategies for the G4 Alliance. After obtaining an undergraduate degree in English, Sarah studied International Administration, with a focus in Human Rights, at the Josef Korbel School of International Studies. During her time at Korbel, she served as a co-editor of the Princeton Journal of Public and International Affairs for two consecutive years. 

Before shifting her focus to the non-profit arena, Sarah worked in content and digital marketing at EnVeritas Group in Greenville, SC. She has since worked with non-profits that include SOS Children's Villages - USA, Wish of a Lifetime, and Below Your Belt.  In addition to her work at the G4 Alliance, Sarah serves as a volunteer editor for Watching America, an international news site. 

Mira Meheš, MES, MBA

Chief Advocacy Advisor

Ms. Mira Meheš guides strategic planning and operations for the G4 Alliance and supports the organization's mission of advocating for greater prioritization of safe and cost-effective surgical, obstetric, trauma, and anaesthesia care as part of universal health coverage. Mira brings experience coordinating research and programing in maternal and child health and surgical care at Johns Hopkins, working on projects with the World Health Organization and with local partners in Ghana and Uganda.  She also worked with the Johns Hopkins Global Surgical Initiative to help advance global surgical care through research, training, programming, and policy-based initiatives. In 2013, Mira coordinated the inaugural World Congress of Surgery, Obstetrics, Trauma and Anaesthesia (WCSOTA), hosted by the government of Trinidad and Tobago, in collaboration with the International College of Surgeons (ICS), the International Federation of Gynecology and Obstetrics (FIGO), the World Federation of Societies of Anaesthesiologists (WFSA), and the International Confederation of Midwives (ICM). 

Mira holds an MBA from The Johns Hopkins Carey Business School where she focused on social entrepreneurship as a means of combining innovation, sustainability and market-based strategies to address public health issues.  She also has a background in public and community health, working in the field of HIV/AIDS, women’s health and policy.  Previously, Mira consulted for Public Health Canada and for Women’s Health in Women’s Hands, an NGO with Special Consultative Status to the UN Economic and Social Council.