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Natalie Apcar

Natalie Apcar

Program Officer II, KM & Communications, Knowledge SUCCESS

Natalie Apcar is a Program Officer II at the Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs, supporting knowledge management partnership activities, content creation, and communications for Knowledge SUCCESS. Natalie has worked for a variety of nonprofits and built a background in planning, implementation, and monitoring of public health programming, including gender integration. Other interests include youth and community-led development, which she got the chance to engage in as US Peace Corps Volunteer in Morocco. Natalie earned a Bachelor of Arts in International Studies from American University and a Master of Science in Gender, Development, and Globalization from the London School of Economics and Political Science.

Round table small group discussion during the Francophone COVID-19 vaccination workshop in Senegal (April 2023)
teal color resource book with the title "2024 Resource Guide"
graphic illustration of a woman siting at a desk typing a email.
Two female health professionals in Rwanda answering the call lines.
Informal workers gather for the meeting of their association at the market.
An graphic of three candles and a holiday wreath. The text says: "3rd Annual Family Planning Resource Guide. Your guide to 20 FP/RH resources developed or updated by USAID implementing partners in 2022."
Community health worker during a home visit, providing family planning services and options to a woman in Dakar, Senegal. Photo credit: Jonathan Torgovnik/Getty Images/Images of Empowerment
Women at an adult literacy class funded by Paraspara Trust. Photo: John Isaac/ World Bank
An African woman and three thought bubbles. There's an IUD in one, a health clinic in another, and a conversation in the third