To date, SUDU has set up the necessary systems including building a team of passionate staff members and creating the necessary organizational structures to fully render on our mission. Want to join our team? Email us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Janice Williams is an international development expert with a decade of experience in capacity building, education, and program management in the U.S. and internationally. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science, a Master’s in Government and International Affairs and a Masters in Technology, Innovation and Education from the Harvard Graduate School of Education. She served in the U.S. Peace Corps from 2010-2012 in Niger and Guinea. In Guinea, she was a Community Economic Development volunteer focused on youth workforce development. She was the Program Director for the Innovation Lab (InLabs) program in Sierra Leone, with Global Minimum, from February 2014 to April 2015. She has extensive experience working with and building relationships with various stakeholders in West Africa and in the U.S., including government/ministry officials, teachers, and other professionals. She worked as a Special Assistant at the Baltimore City Health Department as the Special Assistant to the Assistant Commissioner of Maternal and Child Health and recently as a Technical Adviser on a DFID funded project for the President’s Recovery Priorities; the post-Ebola recovery plan for Sierra Leone. She is proficient in three languages: French, Krio and Hausa.
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Andi Sutter (MS) is currently working on her MPH in International Health and Development at Tulane University in New Orleans, LA. She previously served in Peace Corps Sierra Leone as a Community Health Volunteer in Mano Dasse, Moyamaba District from 2017-2019. This experience confirmed her desire to work in the field of Public Health after pursuing 3 years as an Athletic Trainer prior to the Peace Corps. Her interests are international health, international development, health policy and family planning. She aspires to continue on a career path working internationally.
Sabrina is an undergraduate student at the University of Chicago studying Neuroscience with a minor in Health and Society on the pre-medical track. She is a member of the Global Health Scholars Program at UChicago, a selective track program that introduces students to the diverse mechanisms driving global health equity as well as a wide range of nonclinical skill sets contributing to global health. Sabrina was also a part of the former Health Policy Track at UChicago, in which she engaged in a number of health policy experiences.
Fanta KondehProgram Manager Fanta was born in Kenema in the Eastern Province of Sierra Leone. While attending Holy Rosary Senior Secondary School, she did a lot of volunteer work and led a project to help children selling on the street to return to school. In 2013 she was awarded a one-year scholarship to attend High … Continue reading Sierra Leone Team
Yanoh Jalloh (MPH)Board of Directors Yanoh is a public health professional with over seven years in the field. She holds an MPH from Icahn school of Medicine, her interests are international health, maternal health, and international development. Yanoh also lectures undergraduate courses in community health at New York Institute of Technology and teaches program planning … Continue reading Board of Directors