Erin Pfeiffer

Senior global health professional with 20 years’ experience in behavior change and maternal, newborn, and child health and nutrition. Seasoned implementer, researcher, curricula author, and technical advisor for nonprofit and government entities globally. Content expert in advanced maternal and neonatal care, breastfeeding and early childhood nutrition, caregiver mental health, early childhood development, reproductive health, social and behavior change, and adult learning. Vetted writer with a proven track record for developing over $20 million in successfully funded grant proposals, authoring professional global health courses, and developing health education curricula and tools for both low-literate audiences and frontline professionals. Published research across ten journals and global platforms and hold extensive experience convening and working with diverse stakeholders. Holds a Bachelor of Science in Health and Exercise Science from Wake Forest University (2005), a Master of Science in Public Health from the Harvard School of Public Health (2009), and a Certificate in Nonprofit Management from Duke University (2012).