|Joyce N.||email@example.com ||Basic & Girls Education|
Senior Technical Advisor, PCTFI Joyce has strong experience in international development specifically in the public health arena; designing, implementing and monitoring HIV, education, orphans and vulnerable children and early childhood development programs. Her experience includes program management, proposal development, capacity building, application of various research methodologies, grants management and partnership development. Joyce provides technical assistance to country offices primarily focusing on the design and implementation of the Patsy Collins Trust Fund initiative and the application of cross-sectoral approaches to education programming.
|Namita S.||firstname.lastname@example.org||HIV/AIDS Unit|
|Sylvia E.||email@example.com||Health Unit|
IYCF & RMN Program Associate
|Rebecca S.||firstname.lastname@example.org||Health Unit|
Intern- window of Opportunity
|Patricia M.||email@example.com||Water Unit|
|Laurencefirstname.lastname@example.org||Emergency Humanitarian Assitance|Safety and Security Advisor
|Matthewemail@example.com||Emergency Humanitarian Assitance|
|Stephaniefirstname.lastname@example.org ||Basic & Girls Education|
|Brooke D.||email@example.com||Health Unit|
PGM Associate for Sexual & Reproductive Health Brooke provides programmatic assistance and administrative support for the Sexual and Reproductive Health team. Brooke serves as grants manager for several of the team’s core programs and contributes to the team’s communication strategy and knowledge sharing efforts.
|Doris A.||firstname.lastname@example.org||Health Unit|
|Abigail A.||email@example.com||Health Unit|
Technical Coordinator for IYCF
|Sosinafirstname.lastname@example.org||Program Quality & Impact|
Senior Exectutive Assistant
|Stuartemail@example.com||Emergency Humanitarian Assitance|
ECB ORG Development Program Manager
|Kwamefirstname.lastname@example.org||Emergency Humanitarian Assitance|
|Jeanemail@example.com||Economic Development Unit|
Emergency Livelihood Security Specialist
|Sarah J.||firstname.lastname@example.org ||Basic & Girls Education|
|Camber C.||email@example.com||Basic & Girls Education|
Signature Program Coordinator Camber Brand serves as the Coordinator supporting CARE’s three Signature Programs: Mothers Matter, Power Within, and Access Africa. Camber’s role is to ensure a consistent approach, reporting and communication amongst the Signature Programs, liaising with cross-division units for collaborative efforts to advance the goals of the Signature Programs, and promoting learning and knowledge sharing. Prior to her work with the Signature Programs, she worked with the Asia Regional Management Unit liaising with CARE’s country offices in the Asia region and also supported the HIV/AIDS unit.
|Michelefirstname.lastname@example.org||Emergency Humanitarian Assitance|
ECB Grants and Finance Manager
Jennifer Chen supports the knowledge management coordinator or Pi. She can help you if you have questions or issues with the p-shift wiki, global-im wiki or the portal
Senior Technical Advisor Grants Manager- International Unit, located in Tanzania under supervision of Access Africa Executive Director
|Bethann W.||email@example.com||Health Unit|
Director , Nutrition & Child Health
|Abdoul (preferred name: Kareem)||firstname.lastname@example.org||PQI|
Technical Advisor, M&E Access Africa
|Peter M.||email@example.com ||Basic & Girls Education|
Education Technical Advisor Peter provides technical, programmatic and managerial support to the Power Within program. He holds a doctorate in International Educational Development and has experience working on several education projects in Eastern Europe, the Pacific Islands, South Asia and West Africa.
|Carlosfirstname.lastname@example.org||Economic Development Unit|Senior Advisor Impact Evaluaton
|Camilleemail@example.com||Emergency Humanitarian Assitance|
|Birendra K.||firstname.lastname@example.org||Emergency Humanitarian Assitance|
Senior Advisor, Emergency
|Maryann G.||email@example.com||HIV/AIDS Unit|
|Michaelfirstname.lastname@example.org||Program Quality & Impact|
STA, Program Approaches and Performance
|Kali S.||email@example.com||Health Unit|
|Davidfirstname.lastname@example.org||Emergency Humanitarian Assitance|
Director, Emergency Humanitarian Assistance Unit
|Traceyemail@example.com ||Economic Development Unit|
Sr. Technical Advisor, Value Chain Programming Tracy specializes in market-based approaches to promote economic opportunities that empower the poor to lift themselves out of poverty. In addition to her duties with CARE, Tracy is the facilitator of an initiative to develop international standards for economic recovery programming, lead by the SEEP (Small Enterprise Education and Promotion) Network. Tracy has designed and managed value chain programs in both agriculture and other sectors in over 25 countries in Asia and Africa.
|Lenette C.||firstname.lastname@example.org||Health Unit|
|Nighatemail@example.com||Emergency Humanitarian Assitance|
ECB Grants and Finance Manager
|Laurenfirstname.lastname@example.org||Economic Development Unit|
Access Africa Executive Director US Monthly resident working with the Tanzania Department
|Kevinemail@example.com||Food Security & Climate Change|
Senior Director Sustainable Food Security
|David||DAVID.HOCKADAY@CO.CARE.ORG||Emergency Humanitarian Assitance|
ECB Global Field Project Manager
|Rachelfirstname.lastname@example.org||Emergency Humanitarian Assitance|
ECB Sector Partnerships Program Manager
|Janet Y.||email@example.com||Health Unit|
|Theresa Y.||firstname.lastname@example.org||HIV/AIDS Unit|
Technical Coordinator HIV/AIDS
|Kazi||Program Quality & Impact|
|Faroukemail@example.com||Economic Development Unit|
Senior Regional Technical Advisor Farouk has been the Director of CARE Enterprise Partners, a social venture capital unit of CARE Canada that seeks lasting solutions to poverty through market-based approaches designed to unleash entrepreneurship in emerging economies, as well as Technical Advisor for Economic Development in CARE Canada’s Strategic Programs team. From September 2008, Farouk took up the position of Senior Regional Technical Advisor in the EDU and provides technical assistance and program quality support to selected economic and value chain development projects in Africa and Asia funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Rockefeller Foundation (through the Alliance for the Green Revolution in Africa), the Buffett Foundation and USAID.
|Kevin Tfirstname.lastname@example.org||Food Security & Climate Change|
|Kumkum ||email@example.com||Emergency Humanitarian Assitance|
|Laura||Basic & Girls Education|
Intern- Power Within- Basic and Girls' Education Unit intern stationed in Boston
|Sarah E.||firstname.lastname@example.org ||Health Unit|
Better Care Network Senior Advisor
|Malihaemail@example.com||Program Quality & Impact|
|Shibani P.||Health Unit|
Intern- Child Health Programs
|Prabhatfirstname.lastname@example.org||PQI|Senior Technical Advisor
- Access Africa
|Geoffroy||HUMAGEO@YAHOO.FR||Emergency Humanitarian Assitance|
|Latéemail@example.com||Economic Development Unit|
Director of Economic Development Unit Laté Lawson-Lartego has over 12 years of experience in the micro-enterprise development sector, including work in rural finance, agri-business, microfinance program design, and community-based savings and loan programming. During his tenure with CARE, Laté has worked as Project Director for the USAID-funded Project for the Institutional Reinforcement of the Microfinance Sector in Benin; has served as Microfinance Coordinator for Togo, Ghana, and Benin, was Country Coordinator for CARE Benin and most recently the Senior Technical Advisor for CARE USA/EDU. In this latest capacity, he provided technical leadership to over 20 CARE Country Offices across Africa, Asia and Latin America in the areas of microfinance and enterprise development. He has helped to develop CARE’s Signature Program, Access Africa aiming at providing a suite of financial services to 30 millions people in Sub-Sahara Africa by 2018. He also addresses such topics as HIV & AIDS and Economic Development, CARE Code of conduct in Microfinance and the CARE’s Economic Recovery Plan in Emergency.
|Justus||Emergency Humanitarian Assitance|
|Michael||Emergency Humanitarian Assitance|
|Catherinefirstname.lastname@example.org||Emergency Humanitarian Assitance|
|Meghan C.||email@example.com||Health Unit|
|Margaret S.||firstname.lastname@example.org||Basic & Girls Education|
Senior Technical Advisor Margaret manages a 20-year longitudinal, evidence-based initiative targeting education for the most marginalized girls across developing country contexts. She has extensive experience in international development and education programs, including gendered and child-centered approaches, research, analysis, monitoring and evaluation, experiential learning, curriculum development, impact measurement, and international equivalency assessments. She also has extensive, teaching, training and mentorship experiences with a variety of population groups.
|Janet L.||email@example.com||Health Unit|
Senior SRH/HIV Advisor in Emergencies Janet Meyers leads and coordinates CARE's work to integrate comprehensive sexual reproductive health (SRH)/HIV programming into CARE International's emergency response. This involves linking CARE’s development work in family planning, gender-based violence, maternal newborn care and HIV/AIDS with emergency programming through emergency preparedness planning, development of guidelines and tools, staff capacity building, and identification of entry points for SRH/HIV. She has over ten years of experience in reproductive health and has worked in many emergency and development settings over the past 14 years.
|Jonathan B.||firstname.lastname@example.org||Basic & Girls Education|
Senior Education Advisor Jonathan is Senior Advisor in the BGE Unit where he leads the Core Team. The purpose of this team is to support the establishment of consistent standards for CARE’s core education programming across country offices. He worked for many years as a classroom educator before moving to international relief and development. He has managed education programs for CARE, the IRC, and UNICEF, supporting rights-based approaches to the development of academic, workplace, and life skills for children, young people, and adult learners. His field experience encompasses efforts in conflict, post-conflict, and development settings, and spans Central America, West Africa, Eastern Europe, South Asia and Southeast Asia.
|Amanda L.||email@example.com||Basic & Girls Education|
Knowledge and Grant Manager
|Audree||Emergency Humanitarian Assitance|
Emergency Proposal/Report Writer
|Milesfirstname.lastname@example.org||Emergency Humanitarian Assitance|
Senior Advisor Emergency Programming
|Edwin T.||email@example.com||HIV/AIDS Unit|
HIV/ECD Project Coordinator Edwin participated in the initial development of the CARE 5 x 5 ECD model and provided technical support to ECD teams in Kenya, Rwanda, Uganda, Zambia, and South Africa. Currently he is coordinating the Interagency Taskforce on the ECD Essential Package for HIV contexts. In addition to emphasizing rigorous methods of monitoring and evaluating holistic care, Ted is a strong advocate of a rights based approach to orphans and vulnerable children’s services.
|Marcos A.||Food Security & Climate Change|
|Dorothy E.||firstname.lastname@example.org||Health Unit|
|Amy Y.||email@example.com||Basic & Girls Education|
Program Associate - Education
|Shamimfirstname.lastname@example.org||Economic Development Unit|
Learning and Impact Intern Shamim has served as an intern for the Economic Development Unit in the USA office as well as a CARE consultant for the Livelihoods sector in the CARE Kenya office. Her work has primarily focused on Value Chain development and she hopes to expand into the microfinance sector.
|Aumaemail@example.com||Basic & Girls Education|
Technical Advisor- International Technical Advisor located in South Sudan. US Monthly non-resident
Program Officer, Program Quality Impact
|Luisfirstname.lastname@example.org ||Health Unit|
Program Officer, Sexual and Reproductive Health Luis provides programmatic and administrative support to CARE's Sexual and Reproductive Health Team and programs worldwide. He is responsible for coordinating various SRH efforts including grants management, external communications, knowledge sharing, and liaising with other units at CARE.
Program Officer for Mothers MatterSaiqa Panjsheri serves as the Mothers Matter Program Officer, based in the Washington DC office. Previously Saiqa worked in the Gender and Development unit at the World Bank on the launch of the Adolescent Girls Initiative, an innovative public-private partnership with the Nike Foundation, private sector partners, and donor governments. Her professional background also includes advancing population and reproductive health, maternal and child health, and gender-sensitive programs at UNICEF and Population Action International.
|Christianemail@example.com||Economic Development Unit|
Technical Advisor, Learning and Impact Technical Advisor, Learning and Impact Christian brings over 8 years of experience in international development and expertise in financial services, enterprise development and knowledge management. In his current role, Christian is leading efforts to enhance the EDU’s internal systems for performance monitoring and evaluation, staff capacity building and knowledge sharing across the value chain development portfolio.
|Richardfirstname.lastname@example.org||Emergency Humanitarian Assitance|
Emergency Communication Coordinator Haiti
|Velina P.||email@example.com||Program Quality & Impact|
|William C.||firstname.lastname@example.org||HIV/AIDS Unit|
Proposal Development Coordinator
|Jesse E.||email@example.com ||Health Unit|
Senior Technical Advisor for Fundraising Jesse Rattan is the Mothers Matter Senior Technical Advisor for Fundraising at 50% time. Jesse has been with CARE since 2001, holding positions such as Health Sector Coordinator in Cambodia and Sexual and Reproductive Health Advisor for Asia, as well as her current position as Proposal Development Coordinator for the Competitive Bids Unit. She has worked in field positions in Cambodia, East Timor and Kosovo and was a Peace Corps Volunteer in Central African Republic.
|Pascal||Emergency Humanitarian Assitance|
Food Distribution Specialist
|Kathleen M.||firstname.lastname@example.org||HIV/AIDS Unit|
Assistant Coordinator, BCN
|Andrea M.||email@example.com||Food Security & Climate Change|
|Carlos E.||firstname.lastname@example.org||Health Unit|
Senior Advisor Impact Evaluation
|Marcia G.||email@example.com||Health Unit|
Senior Advisor Monitoring & Evaluations Marcia is responsible for tracking accomplishments and linking them to quality programming. Specifically, she is working on linking social change interventions with reproductive health outcomes associated with Reproductive Health Trust Fund projects.
|Christina N.||firstname.lastname@example.org||Program Quality & Impact|
Learning & Knowledge Sharing Coordinator
|Benjamin ||email@example.com||Health Unit|
Senior Director Health Program
|Nadia B.||firstname.lastname@example.org||HIV/AIDS Unit|
Director Save Up Initiative- Access Africa
|Andrea||andrea.stewart.@co.care.org||Emergency Humanitarian Assitance|
ECB Communications Manager
|Bikram||BIKTHAKURI@YAHOO.COM||Emergency Humanitarian Assitance|Emergency Shelter Specialist
|Kwamy M.|| email@example.com||Health Unit|
Associate Director, CO Operations Kwamy is the associate director of country operations for the C-Change Project based in Washington, DC leads the country operations unit within this program globally.
|Jean Michelfirstname.lastname@example.org||Program Quality & Impact|
SVP, Program Quality & Impact
|Dora E.||email@example.com||Health Unit|
Technical Advisor Polio Eradication
|Malaika L.||firstname.lastname@example.org||Water Unit|
Learning, Management & Communications Officer
|Diana M.||email@example.com||Program Quality & Impact|
Cordinator, Gender Empowerment
|Mary A.||firstname.lastname@example.org||Health Unit|
Senior Advisor, Sexual and Reproductive Health Mary builds capacity and provides support for CARE's sexual and reproductive health programs in two areas: Family Planning and Reproductive Health in Emergency/Crisis settings.