Alumni Profiles

Marlene Riquelme
Columbia University
2014-2015

Marlene Riquelme
Columbia University
2014-2015


Marlene Riquelme’s professional goal is to educate women about their reproductive rights, provide services, and remove barriers to accessing birth control and reproductive health information. Her interest in the field was piqued as a Peace Corps volunteer in Costa Rica. She educated young girls about sexual health and was troubled by how many pregnant girls she encountered. With the nation averaging 500 births per year to girls age 15 and younger, her goal was to prevent even one more teenager from becoming pregnant. She found that sex education was rarely provided and that the girls were misinformed about pregnancy prevention.
She is pursuing a Master of Public Health to be part of the movement to make women’s reproductive and sexual health needs a priority in development programs. She recognizes that unwanted pregnancies can hinder economic and educational opportunities for women and that prevention of pregnancies can decrease poverty rates, helping women create more opportunities for themselves and their families.
She is attracted to the School’s commitment in researching the best ways to meet the reproductive needs of women (as well as men and adolescents) and then implementing the research through service delivery programs, such as the RAISE (Reproductive Health Access, Information, and Services in Emergencies) program and the Columbia Population Research Center.
Marlene currently works with Catholic Charities Diocese of Metuchen in New Jersey where she is a disaster case manager for Hurricane Sandy survivors, providing both crisis intervention and recovery plans to identify longer-term needs. As a college student at Boston University, she was active in international affairs, particularly relating to Latin America. She interned for the Leo S. Rowe Pan-American Fund of the Organization of American States, for the Carr Center for Human Rights Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government, and for the International Institute of Boston. She was President of Boston University’s World Affairs Forum, and she studied abroad at the Universidad San Francisco en Quito.
Marlene graduated magna cum laude with a BA in international relations and a minor in Spanish.

Amandi Clarke
Columbia University
2014-2015

Amandi Clarke
Columbia University
2014-2015


Amandi Clarke has worked as a research assistant with Population Action International since 2011. She provides research support to projects across PAI’s thematic areas with an emphasis on budget advocacy for sexual and reproductive health and rights. Prior to working at PAI, she interned at the Center for Health and Gender Equity (CHANGE), worked with children living with HIV/AIDS at Pediatric AIDS/HIV Care Inc. (PAHC), and studied the effect of gender inequity on maternal health in Kampala, Uganda. Amandi is a former Peer Educator for Planned Parenthood of New York City (PPNYC) and a current volunteer for the DC Rape Crisis Center. She holds an undergraduate degree from George Washington University’s Elliott School of International Affairs.
Previously, Amandi interned with the Center for Health and Gender Equity; she provided research support on their report entitled “Female Condoms and U.S. Foreign Assistance: An Unfinished Imperative for Women’s Health.”
Amandi’s commitment to reproductive health extends to her volunteer activities. She is a volunteer researcher for the International Rescue Committee where she designed “Introduction to Family Planning” and “Contraceptive Options” workshops for refugees who have recently arrived in the United States. She also volunteers with the DC Rape Crisis Center as a counselor on their hotline.
Amandi wants to obtain her MPH from the Heilbrunn Department of Population and Family Health because she knows the Department will be at the forefront of the global dialogue that will occur as the Family Planning 2020 Initiative and negotiations around the post-2015 development framework move forward. She wants to learn from public health professionals who not only quantify health inequities but also identify and implement effective, rights-based interventions. She believes this will position her to continue her contributions to the movement to achieve universal access to reproductive health services for all.
Amandi received a Bachelor of Arts in International Affairs, with dual concentrations in Global Public Health and International Development from George Washington University. She completed a development studies/public health elective in Kampala, Uganda with the School for International Training, where she had an internship at St. Francis of St. Raphael Hospital’s antenatal care unit and completed an independent research project entitled “The Role of Gender Inequity on Maternal Health as Demonstrated through Malaria Prevalence among Pregnant Women.”

Whitney Wilson
Columbia University
2013-2014

Whitney Wilson
Columbia University
2013-2014


Whitney Wilson is committed to a career that advances human rights, women’s reproductive health, and social justice. She sees public health as a profession that will allow her to integrate and pursue these passions. Her career goal is to advance community health equity and sexual and reproductive health for women and adolescents. Since 2011, Whitney has served as the Volunteer Client Services Coordinator at the San Francisco Women’s Community Clinic. She earned a Bachelor of Arts in Peace and Conflict Studies, with a Human Rights Concentration, at the University of California Berkeley. She sought to engage the principles in her course work to understand the construction and recognition of reproductive rights as essential human rights. Whitney intends to use her experience, along with the skills she gains at the Mailman School, to develop and support innovative frameworks, strategies, programs, and policies to create high quality reproductive health programs and services.

Jennifer Heitel
Columbia University
2013-2014

Jennifer Heitel
Columbia University
2013-2014


Jennifer Heitel is currently a second year student at the Mailman School studying the Heilbrunn Department of Population and Family Health. Prior to pursuing graduate studies, she worked for nearly ten years in policy, advocacy, and communications at Advocates for Youth, Catholics for Choice, and most recently, SIECUS. She served as Director of Public Policy at SIECUS and conducted policymaker education at the Congressional and Executive Branch levels on access to sexual and reproductive health information and services. Jennifer has been a volunteer clinic escort for the past twelve years at the Washington Area Clinic Defense Task Force, volunteered with and served for three years on the board of directors of the Pro-Choice Public Education Project, and won the Young Women of Achievement Choice Movement Award from the Women’s Information Network in 2010. After graduation, Jennifer intends to use her new skills to continue national-level advocacy and policy work, with a focus on adolescents. She plans to continue to include reproductive health, particularly access to family planning services, abortion and contraception as core components of her work, while she links them to the broader frame of sexual and reproductive health, rights and justice.

Edith Fox
Columbia University
2012-2013

Edith Fox
Columbia University
2012-2013


Edith Fox will begin her first semester of the MPH program in Sociomedical Sciences in Fall 2012 and will pursue a certificate in Sexuality, Sexual and Reproductive Health. She plans to focus her studies on the intersections of sexual and mental health and the social determinants therein. In her career, Edith hopes to develop and evaluate community programs that address sexual health while taking into account family structure, personal relationships, stigma, and community mental health patterns. She is also extremely interested in the ethics of sexual healthcare delivery and promotion.Edith has previously worked as a sexual health educator in a few different capacities: as an after-school mentor for middle school girls, as a peer educator in college at UC Berkeley, and most recently as an outreach worker for Huckleberry Youth Programs in San Francisco. She also volunteered as a counselor for Exhale, a national post-abortion talkline whose mission and work sparked her academic interest in the way people connect and communicate about sexual and reproductive health.

Stephanie Herold
Columbia University
2012-2013

Stephanie Herold
Columbia University
2012-2013


Steph Herold is a researcher and advocate with a background in abortion care, abortion funds, and reproductive health advocacy. She is currently pursuing a Master’s degree in Public Health at Columbia University and is spending summer 2012 at ANSIRH researching abortion stigma.Steph founded the website IAmDrTiller.com to celebrate the legacy of Dr. Tiller and honor the stories of abortion providers. She also created the blog AbortionGang.org as a space for young people in the reproductive justice movement. Along with two film maker friends, she started the Safe Abortion Project, filming an abortion clinic in Philadelphia to showcase what safe, compassionate abortion care looks like. Steph is currently collaborating with ANSIRH to archive personal abortion stories in the media through a tumblr, I Had an Abortion.

Steph’s writing has been published on blogs such asRHRealityCheck.org and Jezebel, as well as the online edition of The Nation and On the Issues magazine. She was also featured in the 40th anniversary edition of Our Bodies, Ourselves. She currently serves as a member of the Board of Directors of the New York Abortion Access Fund and a volunteer for the Haven Coalition.

In 2009, she was one of 20 recipients of the first ever Our Bodies, Our Selves Women’s Health Hero awards. In May 2011, she was awarded the Rosie Jimenez Award from the Women’s Medical Fund for her use of social media in destigmatizing abortion. She has been named one of the top 15 young feminists by Campus Progress and was a 2011 New Leaders Council Fellow in New York City.

Steph tweets from the handle @IAmDrTiller and lives in Brooklyn, NY.

April Canete
Columbia University
2011-2012

April Canete
Columbia University
Mailman School of Public Health
Department of Population and Family Health
Reproductive and Family Health Track
2011-2012


I recently started my second year of the MPH Program at Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health, Department of Population and Family Health. I also work as the Program Manager of the Region II STD/HIV Prevention Training Center (PTC), a CDC funded program. The mission of the PTC is to reduce sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) and HIV morbidity and improve reproductive health by addressing the educational needs of clinical providers throughout New York City, New York State, New Jersey, Ohio, Indiana, Michigan, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. For my summer practicum, I conducted a training needs assessment and updated the evaluation tools for the PTC.I am also a new member of Planned Parenthood’s Activist Council and hope to volunteer for the Sex Ed Advocacy Group and the Political Action Group. I am extremely grateful to the Brush Foundation for helping me pursue my passion for working in the reproductive health field.

Jennifer Monroe Zakaras
Columbia University
2011-2012

Jennifer Monroe Zakaras
Columbia University
Mailman School of Public Health
Department of Sociomedical Sciences
Sexuality and Health Track
2011-2012


I am starting my first year as an MPH candidate at Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health. I am studying under the Department of Sociomedical Sciences, which focuses on the social determinants of disease and health, with a specific emphasis on Sexuality and Health. I intend to pursue health advocacy focused on sexual and reproductive health, and I’m especially interested in working with disadvantaged and stigmatized groups at both the community and policy levels.Most recently I have worked in major gifts fundraising at the Harvard Kennedy School, developing partnerships and strategy for the school’s international development and international and global affairs programs. Prior to that I worked with Ashoka, an international non-profit that identifies and invests in leading social entrepreneurs, where I supported the organization’s work in Africa and Central Europe. As an undergraduate I spent several months in Africa researching social movements and sexual health issues, and upon return founded an internship program that places college students with community-based organizations in Uganda.

Ragnar Anderson
Columbia University
2010-2011

Ragnar Anderson
Columbia University
Mailman School of Public Health
Department of Sociomedical Sciences
Sexuality and Health Track
2010-2011


After completing my coursework this summer, I started my new position as Research Associate at the Guttmacher Institute. In this role, I have wide range of responsibilities; these including the development of a global assessment tool to measure adolescent sexual health, executing qualitative research analysis on interviews of men and women in Nigeria and Zambia discussing HIV status and fertility desires, coordinating trips for colleagues to visit African countries to assess gaps in family planning research, and managing a large-scale NIH proposal and this fall I will be attending an international conference by IPPF on the sexual health of adolescents.This transition into the Research department at Guttmacher has been a wonderful move for me and has allowed me to directly apply many of the skills that I developed during my time at Columbia.

Kimberley (Kim) Bassett
Columbia University
2010-2011

Kimberley (Kim) Bassett
Columbia University
Mailman School of Public Health
2010-2011


I just accepted a position at the Population Council that will start on October 6. I will be working on the Demographic Data for Development Project with the Poverty, gender and Youth Program. The project aims to increase health and demographic data access, use and comprehension among journalists in Ghana, Senegal and Namibia. I will be coordinating with consultants in the target countries to track their progress as well as working on developing tools to enhance both the supply and demand of demographic data (i.e. field research guide for lay correspondents to better understand quantitative and qualitative research methods and results, web-based applications for journalists to access and understand data).I just got back from a summer practicum in South Africa working on early childhood development in a township in the Free State. It was an incredible experience and I hope to return in the near future.

Marta Schaaf
Columbia University
2009-2010

Marta Schaaf
Columbia University
Mailman School of Public Health
Sexuality and Health Track
2009-2010


Marta has a bachelor’s degree from Smith College and a Masters in International Affairs from Columbia University. With support from the Brush Foundation, she completed an MPH at Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health in 2011. Prior to starting at Mailman, she had worked on global health and human rights programs for ten years. She has lived in West Africa and Eastern Europe, and now currently works on maternal mortality at Columbia University in New York City.

Maria (Marisa) Viana de
Silva Aitchison

Columbia University
2009-2010

Maria (Marisa) Viana de Silva Aitchison
Columbia University
Population and Family Health Department
2009-2010


As part of MPH in Global Health, I am carrying out my six-month practicum in the Brazilian Amazon. I am working as an intern to implement the Specialized Service for Young People Living with HIV/Aids in Amazonas, Brazil or SAE – J.A in Portuguese. SAE- J.A, is a newly developed service provided by the Department of STI/HIV/Aids at the Tropical Medicine Hospital (FMT) in the Amazon, Brazil, and seeks to provide specialized (age appropriate) services including psychological and social support to 490 adolescents and young people ages 13 -24 living with HIV/Aids in the state of Amazonas. My responsibilities within the program include providing counseling to young people about their serostatus and family and partner notification, work to improve treatment adherence of young people living with HIV/Aids, as well as contribute to the improvement of the services provided for young people living with HIV at the state hospital. In addition, I co-lead a weekly support group for young people living with HIV and their partners to discuss issues such as side effects of antiretroviral medications, stigma and discrimination, sexual and reproductive health and rights, participation and inclusion of young people in the development of policies and programs that focus on treatment, counseling and positive prevention of HIV/Aids and STIs.My internship will run until end of December and I will return to Columbia in January for my last semester. I plan to continue to support the Specialized Service for Adolescents and Young people here in the Amazon through providing technical assistance to further strength the group and to build the capacity of young people living with HIV/Aids to improve health services at the local and state level.

I am very grateful to the Brush Foundation for its support in helping me pursue a MPH. Without their support, I wouldn’t have been able to come back to my country and be part of such an amazing and passionate group of young people.

Gina Gambone
Columbia University
2008-2009

Gina Gambone
Columbia University
Mailman School of Public Health
Department of Population and Family Health
2008-2009


Gina Gambone is currently the Grants and Evaluation Manager at AIDS Service Center NYC (ASCNYC). She works with different program teams to evaluate their testing, prevention, and supportive services for low-income women and men living with or at risk for HIV/AIDS in Manhattan, Brooklyn, and the Bronx. She works most closely on programs tailored to the needs of women of color, men who have sex with men of color, and formerly incarcerated individuals. She manages HIV and substance abuse prevention contracts with the city, state and federal government and continuously seeks new funding opportunities to expand the organization’s services.Prior to joining ASCNYC, Gina worked as a research assistant on different sexual and reproductive health projects at Columbia University, an adolescent health educator in South Africa, and an HIV/HepC treatment education workshop coordinator in New York. Gina holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology from Vassar College, an Honors Bachelor of Social Science in Gender Studies from the University of Cape Town, and a master’s degree in public health from Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health. She currently lives in Brooklyn and loves escaping out of the city at the end of the work day.

Aran Mordoh
Columbia University
2008-2009

Aran Mordoh
Columbia University
Mailman School of Public Health
Sexuality and Health Track
2008-2009


MPH student in the Sexuality and Health Tract of the Sociomedical Sciences Department. I will graduate this coming May 2011.Currently the Sexual and Reproductive Health Action Group Co-Chair for last year and working on Sex-Positive on Campus.

Madina Agénor
Columbia University
2007-2008

Madina Agénor
Columbia University
Mailman School of Public Health
2007-2008


Madina Agénor is a doctoral candidate in her fourth year of study in society, human development, and health at the Harvard School of Public Health. She holds an MPH in sociomedical sciences from the Mailman School of Public Health at Columbia University and received her undergraduate education at Wellesley College and Brown University, from which she graduated with a bachelor’s in Community Health and Gender Studies.Madina’s research interests pertain to the social and policy determinants of women’s sexual and reproductive health, including HIV/AIDS and sexually transmitted infections; access to contraception, abortion, and other sexual and reproductive health services; HPV and cervical cancer; and gender-based violence. She is particularly interested in how inequities related to gender, race/ethnicity, sexuality, socioeconomic position, and immigrant status affect the sexual and reproductive health and rights of socially and economically marginalized women. Her dissertation research is a mixed methods study exploring social inequalities in cervical cancer screening by race/ethnicity, immigrant status and country of birth, and sexual orientation among U.S. women.

Alexandra Stevens
Columbia University
2007-2008

Alexandra Stevens
Columbia University
2007-2008


Alexandra Stevens received her MPH in Sexuality and Health from the Mailman School of Public Health at Columbia University in 2009. Since completing her graduate studies, Alexandra has been happily employed at the Carrera Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention Program in New York City. As a Senior Sexuality Educator with the Carrera Program, Alexandra provides middle and high school students with accurate information about their sexuality and health, and strives to help students make informed and healthy decisions. In this role, Alexandra is responsible for:

  • Developing curriculum and implementing comprehensive sexuality education programs for adolescent groups in a targeted New York City public school
  • Conducting individual and small group counseling sessions around sexuality-related topics
  • Ensuring that each student has access to reproductive health care as needed
  • Designing and facilitating adult sexuality education program for parents

Prior to her work with the Carrera Program, Alexandra has also led education, training, and research efforts at Planned Parenthood of New York City, Young Men’s Health Clinic, Barnard Columbia Rape Crisis/Anti-Violence Support Center, and Planned Parenthood Federation of America.

Amy Marsala
Tulane University
2006-2007

Amy Marsala
Tulane University
2006-2007


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Anna Hoffman
Tulane University
2005-2006

Anna Hoffman
Tulane University
School of Public Health & Tropical Medicine
2005-2006


Anna Hoffman is currently USAID Deputy Health Team Leader for South Sudan.Anna writes: In December 2009, I was posted to Ghana (which is where I was a Peace Corps volunteer, so it was fun, but also strange, to be back). Our work in Ghana was pretty varied; I did a lot of work with on HIV prevention, as well as some work on community-based family planning.

Sara Mellilo
Tulane University
2004-2005

Sara Mellilo
Tulane University
School of Public Health & Tropical Medicine
International Health and Development Department
2004-2005


Sara Melillo is Deputy Director, Grants Acquisition and Management (Africa) at Catholic Medical Mission Board (CMMB) in Washington DC. In her role, she leads the business development and program design for Africa for the organization, as well as oversees the technical and programmatic global health work for the five countries in which CMMB works on the continent.Prior to joining CMMB, Sara managed East African health programs for the Solidarity Center and served as a Journalism Program Officer at McCormick Foundation in Chicago, IL. Sara received her B.S.J. from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University and her M.P.H. from Tulane University School of Public Health & Tropical Medicine.

Shailaja Maru
University of Michigan
1999-2001

Shailaja Maru
University of Michigan
School of Public Health
1999-2001


I am currently working at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health/ Center for Communication Programs. I am managing a HIV/AIDS program in Maharashtra and a family planning reproductive health project in Uttar Pradesh, Uttaranchal, and Jharkhand, India. I am based in Baltimore as a program officer II in the Asia division.Most recently I have been involved in programming for HIV prevention among young people in Maharashtra. We have developed a multi-media campaign to reach young people with prevention, testing and counseling messages through mass media, community activities such as entertainment education games, and a music video which will be launched soon. I have been involved in facilitating participatory workshops for developing state level communication strategies to address family planning, maternal and child health issues in three northeastern states of India. Most recently I am working with a group of people in the field of entertainment education at the Center to understand how folk media, dance, arts can be integrated into life skills training for young people, or can be used as a way to mobilize communities to collective action. More recently I have been involved in writing grants/proposals for an urban health family planning project in Uttar pradesh where we plan on integrating communication with public private partnerships to ensure quality of care in selected clinics.

I continue to be very grateful for the fellowship I received which enabled me to get my MPH from Michigan and work in the field of health communication which allows me to bring together both my creative and public health sides together. I hope the Brush foundation continues to support more young people as it has provided me with the skills to work in the field of reproductive health and gender.

Kari (Wagenaar) Moore
University of Michigan
1997-1999

Kari (Wagenaar) Moore
University of Michigan
School of Public Health
1997-1999


Kari continues to work for the Snohomish Health District (county health department) in Washington State.Kari writes: The county health department where I work recently received recovery act grant funds to focus on nutrition and physical activity in two specific areas. I am working with one low-income school to promote Safe Routes to School, and also with a convenience store in a low-income area to increase healthy food options. I continue to also work in tobacco prevention and control.

Kari loves being a mom to her 18-month old son, Maxwell Nicholas Moore, born in 2009.

Stacey M. Easterling, MPH
University of Michigan
1995-1997

Stacey M. Easterling, MPH
University of Michigan
School of Public Health
1995-1997Stacey continues to work as a program officer at The Atlantic Philanthropies, which she joined in August 2007 where her work focuses on supporting the role of direct care workers in long term care settings, community-based initiatives in civic engagement, and supporting the civic engagement of older adults in communities of color. Prior to her work at Atlantic, Stacey served as Director of Community Responsive Grantmaking at The Cleveland Foundation where she managed the Foundation’s Successful Aging Initiative, a $4 million initiative that created resources and opportunities for seniors to age successfully in Greater Cleveland. Prior to joining The Cleveland Foundation, she served as director of client services for Planned Parenthood of Greater Cleveland. She also served as the Deputy Executive Director of Planned Parenthood of East Central Michigan (Flint). Stacey holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in human biology from Stanford University and a master’s degree in public health from The University of Michigan’s School of Public Health.

Sydney West
University of Michigan
1993-1995

Sydney West
University of Michigan
1993-1995


Sydney is currently Programs Director with the General Federation of Women’s Clubs in Washington, DC.Sydney writes: Up until March of 2009 I was a Program Officer with PATH/Global Campaign for Microbicides. I was brought to supervise projects on international HIV prevention advocacy and increasing community involvement in clinical trial research. I coordinated, monitored and facilitated program implementation. A lot of my time was spent in the field, probably 35-40% time in field as I lived in Johannesburg from August to December 2007. My achievements included:

  • Oversight of staff of 4 in India, Kenya, and South Africa; provided technical, resource, and professional development support.
  • Planned and convened an informal planning meeting of 20 experts on community involvement in HIV prevention clinical trials, Johannesburg, South Africa, November 2007.
  • Developed program plans and budgets, managed project financials, maintained budget authority, prepared budgets, monitored progress, and deliverables.
  • Designed, organized, and delivered international presentations, skills-building workshops, and advocacy trainings.

Carol Miller
University of Michigan
1991-1993

Carol Miller
University of Michigan
School of Public Health
1991-1993


Carol Miller is Save the Children’s Africa Area Deputy Director for Programs, based in Addis Ababa. Carol assumed her new position in September 2010. In this revised role, she will be able to utilize her extensive Africa regional experience in new ways. The essential function is to support growth and development of quality programming throughout Africa. As Save the Children moves toward platforms built around Global Initiatives with multi-member participation and ongoing learning about Process, Carol’s experience with the roll-out of the EveryOne (maternal, newborn and child health) initiative/campaign), her networking and communication skills will be major assets. She assumed this position from her most recent role at Save the Children as Director for Policy and Communication in Africa.Carol has a Master’s in Public Health from the University of Michigan and experience working in the offices of several members of the US Congress. Carol has worked for Save the Children for more than eight years, serving first as the Associate Vice President for Policy and Advocacy – where she launched Save the Children into the Washington policy arena. Working with Save the Children colleagues around the globe Carol also initiated the production and practice of “Advocacy Matters: An International Save the Children Alliance guide to advocacy.”

In 2006 Carol moved to ‘the field’ as Director for Policy and Communication in Africa, helping to build the advocacy and communication skills of Save the Children colleagues working on the continent. Highlights of Carol’s work in Africa include her support to countries in their efforts to launch the EVERY ONE Campaign and support of activities around the recent African Union Summit; highlighting Save the Children around the annual State of the World’s Mothers Report and building capacity of colleagues around the Rewrite the Future (education in emergencies) initiative; and her support of Ethiopia’s “Positive Change: Children, Communities and Care” (orphans and vulnerable children) project around World AIDs Day (06 Madeleine Albright, Meseret Defar; 07 Adama two-day pledges, parade and football events), production of the award winning children’s television shows for OVC (Tshai Love’s Learning); and coordinating schedules for celebrity supporters – Cokie Roberts and Jessica Lange. Carol lead the coordination of Ethiopia’s communication response to the 2008 food emergency, creating emergency communication guidelines across the Save the Children membership, including coordinating global media and VIP trips to the region. Overall, Carol has been recognized at all levels of the organization for raising the visibility of Save the Children programs across Africa with our partners – donors, policymakers and the media.

Additionally, Carol has hands-on experience in program management from her work in Turkey where she worked for a small Turkish NGO and later co-managed the USAID family planning portfolio out of the US Embassy – which including strategic planning, budget monitoring and monitoring and evaluation. She currently participates on the Cross Functional HIV/AIDS Team, the PR1 (child protection) Team, the global Popular Mobilization Team of the EVERY ONE Campaign, and the Africa Technical Advocacy Team.