Kirsten Krueger is a Research Utilization Technical Advisor for the Global Health, Population and Nutrition Group at FHI 360. She specializes in designing and conducting evidence utilization activities globally and in the Africa region to accelerate adoption of evidence-based practices through close partnerships with donors, researchers, health policy makers, and program managers. Her areas of expertise include family planning/reproductive health, community-based access to injectable contraception, policy change and advocacy, and capacity building.
Before joining FHI360, Krueger worked at the University of North Carolina, School of Social Work managing North Carolina’s Teen Pregnancy Prevention Initiative evaluation. In that role, she led the evaluation team in a statewide assessment of teen pregnancy prevention and parenting programs and trained end-users in the web-based data collection system. Kirsten has a Masters in Social Work from the UNC-Chapel Hill School of Social Work.