Development Coordinator, Care 2 Communities
Amanda is a graduate of Lesley University in Cambridge, MA where she earned a bachelor’s degree in Global Studies. During her studies, she pursued her interests in global health and international development through her coursework as well as internships with various nonprofits, including Kupenda for the Children, an organization that provides medical intervention, education, and advocacy for children with disabilities in Kenya. At C2C, Amanda oversees institutional fundraising, focusing on grant writing and reporting, prospect research, partnership building, and peer networking. Her primary career goal is to help improve women's health outcomes globally and she currently works in research in the Division of Women's Health at Brigham and Women's Hospital.
Care 2 Communities (C2C) has developed a comprehensive sexual and reproductive health education program that is tailored to its community context in Haiti. This interview with C2C’s Managing Director Racha Yehia by Development Coordinator Amanda ...
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