Amal Tucker Brown

Amal Tucker Brown has been working in International Public Health and Nutrition for over 15 years in Africa and Central America. She worked for UNICEF for 10 years in Ethiopia, Madagascar, South Sudan, Somalia, Malawi, Uganda and for NGOs and research centres (Action Against Hunger and Concern Worldwide) in DRC, Niger, Guatemala, Honduras and Rwanda.

Amal has developed a broad range of skills and experience across humanitarian and development contexts. Her areas of expertise include country and regional level technical leadership and quality oversight, policy and strategic development, programme design and large-scale implementation. She is particularly interested in systems thinking, multisectoral coordination and public/private partnerships.

Amal works part-time as the regional coordinator for West and Central Africa for Iodine Global Network and as an independent consultant for UN agencies. She has a master’s in Public Health Nutrition from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and a postgraduate diploma in Dietetics; she speaks English, French and Darija (Moroccan Arabic).