Cristin Marona, MPH is a development leader with robust on the ground expertise in working with vulnerable populations, particularly in regards to social and behavior change communication, gender, innovation, policy change, capacity building, systems strengthening and advocacy.
Cristin is highly experienced and skilled in coordination and working with international donor and community partners to address challenging poverty and equity issues, liaising with programs and implementers and bringing together synergies to create impact.
Cristin is strong in implementation high impact and innovative solutions specifically in terms of social protection, economic growth, reproductive health (RH), education, gender-based violence (GBV), gender and social inclusion (GESI) and vulnerable women and girl populations; proven success in identifying the immediate needs of populations, addressing those needs and cultivating sustainable solutions.
- Boston University School of Public Health, MPH Field of Study: International Health
- University of Georgia, BA Field of Study: Latin American Studies