Amy Weissman is FHI 360’s Asia Pacific Technical Director for Health, Population and Nutrition. In this role, she provides technical leadership, oversight and quality assurance; supports development of new innovations and programming; and documentation of experience across all country platforms.
Prior to (re)joining FHI 360, Weissman was Chief of Party of USAID Nurture, an integrated nutrition and water, sanitation and hygiene project. In Cambodia, she served both as Associate Director, leading the infectious disease prevention portfolio for FHI 360 in Cambodia, and as Regional Advisor for the organization’s Alive & Thrive nutrition project. Weissman also worked with UNICEF in their regional Latin America and the Caribbean office, FHI 360 in Botswana, and Save the Children in Vietnam where she was the technical director. Prior to that, she oversaw Save the Children’s global adolescent health program.
Weissman has a Doctoral Degree from the University of North Carolina’s School of Public Health, with a dissertation on addressing the identified sociopolitical barriers to scaling-up a national nutrition response in Cambodia, and Masters Degrees in Public Health and in Natural Resource Policy and Behavior from the University of Michigan.