I am the Social and Behavior Change Communication (SBCC) Manager on the USAID-funded SPRING project, working for the Manoff Group and based in Washington DC. I have a diverse background with experience in marketing and communications, project management and infant and young child feeding research. I have worked at SPRING on the review and finalization of Nigeria’s Infant and Young Child Feeding (IYCF) Facility and Community Training Packages, development of an SBCC strategy for the Bangladesh country program, development of an on-the-job facility IYCF and counseling training package for Haiti, and the design, implementation and testing of a community-led video nutrition and behavior change pilot project in collaboration with Digital Green in Orissa, India. I also led the development of a guide based on the pilot and adaptation implemented in Niger, for Community-led Video for Nutrition. Prior to joining SPRING, I worked briefly with the MCHIP project backstopping communications and was Senior Associate for Marketing and Communications at Devex for almost six years. I have led infant and young child feeding research in Guatemala with PCI and also conducted program implementation and design research for a program working with teens in the US and in Mexico City for the Population Council. I have my MPH in Global Health Communication from George Washington University and a BA from the University of Delaware in Political Science and Women’s Studies with a minor in Spanish.