Anne Bush has more than 20 years professional experience in the field of public health and nutrition both at global level and in a wide range of countries including Kenya, Somalia, Mozambique, Tanzania, Ethiopia, Indonesia and the UK. She has a Masters in Public Health from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and a first degree in Dietetics. Over her career, Anne has developed a broad range of skills and experience across both humanitarian and development contexts. She has significant experience in policy and strategic development, programme design, development of technical guidance and tools, monitoring and evaluation, quality assurance and research. She has provided technical assistance to donors, governments, UN agencies and NGOs. Specific areas of interest include management of acute malnutrition, multisectoral approach to addressing malnutrition, particularly the integration of nutrition and health through system strengthening, and community-based approaches.