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Amy Veinoglou

Amy Veinoglou

Program Manager


MPH, Global Health, Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health
BA, Biology and Spanish, Skidmore College


Amy Veinoglou has more than a decade of experience managing global health programs in Latin America and Africa with technical expertise in neglected tropical diseases (NTDs). She serves as a Program Manager for USAID’s Act to NTDs | East Program, a global flagship initiative to help endemic countries to eliminate and control NTDs and mainstream NTD programs into health systems. Currently, she provides day-to-day technical and operational management support for national NTD programs in Haiti and Tanzania, and she previously supported NTD programs in Uganda and the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Ms. Veinoglou works closely with various communication, finance, and technical expert groups at RTI to plan, implement, and evaluate NTD mass drug administration campaigns and large-scale prevalence surveys. She focuses on strengthening mass drug administration efforts towards eliminating lymphatic filariasis, trachoma, and onchocerciasis, and the control of schistosomiasis and soil-transmitted helminths.

Before joining RTI in 2020, Ms. Veinoglou managed USAID-funded NTD elimination efforts in Niger, Mali, Burkina Faso, and Sierra Leone, and supported Ghana’s Ministry of Health to develop a national community health worker program. Additionally, she is proficient in French and Spanish.

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