Amanda Marr Chung

VMMC Sustainability Project Director and Evaluation Specialist
UCSF Institute for Global Health Sciences
Amanda Marr Chung has over 15 years of experience in global health, working in academia and the non-profit and private sectors. In her roles, she has led strategy and business development and built strategic alliances, with a focus on capacity strengthening, program management, and monitoring and evaluation. Amanda is currently leading a project to support the Zimbabwe Ministry of Health and Child Care in transforming its Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision program into an integrated, sustainable program that is government-led and owned. Amanda’s experience spans the areas of immunizations, maternal and child health, HIV, eye health, and malaria in ten countries. Amanda received her Master’s degree in Community-Oriented Public Health Practice from the University of Washington and her AB in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology from Princeton University. She is a 3rd year DrPH candidate at UC Berkeley.
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