MPH, Public Health, Boston University BA, Psychology, North Carolina State University
Nancy Warren is the program manager for Integrated Care within the Global Health Division of RTI's International Development Group. As part of the Health Systems Strengthening team, she supports family planning policy efforts under USAID’s Promoting Results and Outcomes through Policy and Economic Levers (PROPEL Health) project and manages local grants, international partners, and other stakeholders. She also supports business development related to reproductive, maternal, neonatal, child health; integrated healthcare; and health systems strengthening. She has managed two independent research and development projects to advance RTI’s leadership within the field of stigma reduction, specifically related to adolescent health and COVID-19. Ms. Warren led development of a facility-based curriculum and supported mixed-method research design and analysis. Before joining RTI in 2019, Ms. Warren designed, managed, and supported a variety of global programs, including community-based healthcare, adolescent health, and sexual and reproductive health and rights.
Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn, Child, and Adolescent Health