Christine Power is a public health and international development specialist who manages research and advocacy activities in countries throughout sub-Saharan Africa. As a member of PRB’s International Programs since 2018, Power’s leads youth-friendly family planning policy research and analysis and supports partnerships with local family planning advocates to create data-rich communications tools to support policy change. Power joined PRB with a background in youth SRH and MCH research, having previously worked at the Tanzanian-German Programme to Support Health, the Institute for Reproductive Health, and the World Health Organization. Power holds a master’s degree in global health from the Georgetown University and a bachelor’s degree in international relations from Boston University.
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