Host Organization: InterAction and CARE
First Year Placement
Theresa Fang is an experienced global health professional in the field of food security, agricultural development, and international nutrition. Her work has focused on Agricultural Supply Chains, Dietary Diversity, and Resilient Livelihoods across various countries in Southeast Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa including Bangladesh, Ghana, and Uganda. Theresa earned her Master of Public Health from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and a BA in International Development Studies from McGill University. Theresa also holds certificates in Health Finance and Management, Social Studies of Medicine, and Health Geography. Originally from New Jersey, Theresa holds a strong sense of cultural awareness, a deep understanding of and commitment to capacity building, and is passionate about improving global food security and food systems resilience. Her past experience includes work with both international and US-based NGOs and government agencies including Helen Keller International and the United States Department of Agriculture’s Food for Progress and Market Access Programs.