Program Officer for Field Support, Evidence to Action
To provide program support and technical assistance to E2A’s field support projects, Erica leverages her previous experience in program management and her passion for sexual and reproductive health and rights. Prior to joining E2A, Erica served as a Research Assistant for PMA2020, providing support to the data management and communications teams while completing her MPH at Johns Hopkins. Prior to this role, she served as a Program Manager for the Global Health Program Cycle Improvement Project (GH Pro), where she managed a diverse portfolio of short-term technical assistance assignments and project evaluations for USAID Missions and the Bureau of Global Health. Erica has also served as a Project Assistant for the Center for Science in the Public Interest. Erica received her BS in Public Health from George Washington University and her MPH from Johns Hopkins, concentrating in Women’s and Reproductive Health. Erica speaks intermediate French. When asked why she is passionate about expanding access to family planning and reproductive health, Erica says: “I believe it is vital for the health and empowerment of women and girls and the wellbeing of their families and communities.”
Queen Esther is proud to lead this small peer group, part of a core package of activities for young first-time parents (FTPs) developed by the Evidence to Action (E2A) Project. E2A’s comprehensive first-time parent program ...
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