Lindsey Anna, MPH

Lindsey Anna, MPH, is a public health and development professional with over seven years of experience working in global health policy and program implementation. She currently serves as the Monitoring and Evaluation Advisor to the USAID Bureau for Food Security. Prior to USAID, she was a Senior Program Analyst at Social Impact, Inc. Ms. Anna has also served as a health advisor to OIC International, based in Washington, DC, providing project management and technical support to a $30 million food security and nutrition program in Liberia.  Lindsey also worked with Family Health International as a Program Officer for Middle East programs and, from 2009-2010, served as a global health fellow in Uganda providing HIV prevention services to underserved populations. Lindsey also possesses a background in U.S. health policy having previously worked for U.S. Senator Mitch McConnell and the U.S. Department for Health and Human Services.

Lindsey received her MPH from The George Washington University and continues to work in post-conflict and humanitarian settings around the world.