Michelle Mehta (Masters in Public Health, Registered Dietician) is a public health and nutrition specialist with over ten years of work experience in clinical dietetics, nutrition and HIV/AIDS care, infant and young child feeding, curriculum development and training, behavior change communication strategies, and public health in resource-poor settings. With these skills, she offers a unique combination of nutrition technical expertise, program management, communication strategies, and broad public health methodologies. She has independently managed nutrition projects, requiring considerable leadership, capacity building skills, strategic planning, networking, and representation skills leading to timely and effective project completion.
Michelle has spearheaded many projects directed at improving sustainable nutrition practices among underserved or high-risk populations, including women and children. Her successes include development of a unique nutrition training program in Namibia and a large-scale infant and young child feeding behavior change communications (BCC) initiative in Sierra Leone. Michelle’s ability to forge partnerships among stakeholders has been a driving force in successful project completion and progress. She has participated in a variety of projects funded by USAID, CDC, Clinton HIV/AIDS Initiative, WHO, WFP, FAO, UNICEF, and JSI.
Michelle is currently seeking employment and consulting opportunities in New Delhi, India.
New Delhi, India