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Project Management Director, Global Health Division Nathalie Albrow
Nathalie Albrow has over 21 years of experience in global health, managing complex multi-year, cross-sectorial development programs across regions, from stand-alone bilateral projects to large-scale, centrally funded awards through their life cycle. Nathalie brings expertise in program design and strategic planning, adaptive management, results-driven performance, organizational capacity development and partnership building. Her passions center on maternal and child health, nutrition, and behavior change. Nathalie has overseen a portfolio of country programs on several centrally funded flagship USAID projects, including SPRING (Strengthening Partnerships, Results, and Innovations in Nutrition Globally), the Maternal and Child Health Integrated Program (MCHIP), and the Global Health Supply Chain Program – Procurement and Supply Management (GHSC-PSM) project. Currently she serves as project director on the Bangladesh Advancing Universal Health Coverage project as well as the Senegal Building Resilient Health Systems activity. With an MS in Social Anthropology from University College of London, a BA in Social Psychology from University of Wisconsin, Madison, and formally trained as a cross-cultural trainer, Nathalie is focused on understanding different perspectives and appreciates the value human-centered design brings to global health projects. She has worked across Africa, Asia, the Middle East, and Eurasia.
by Nathalie Albrow
The Chemonics-implemented USAID Advancing Universal Health Coverage (AUHC) activity and the Surjer Hashi Network (SHN), recently organized a special event to celebrate the tremendous contribution of women leaders in Bangladesh’s health sector and the critical role they play to inspire women across communities. At the “Women Rise” event on March 14, these leaders participated in…