Kenia Guimaraes is a determined and an effective communicator with international development and public health expertise. She has strong analytical skills in global health, advocacy, gender-based violence, women and children’s health and migrant and refugee populations. With outstanding project management, organizational and operational abilities working implementing, monitoring and evaluating projects in Africa, Asia, the Caribbean, Europe, Latin America , and the United States. She is passionate about global health issues, improving the quality of life and health through behavior change interventions and health promotion, poverty elimination, strengthening health systems, bridging health disparities and SDH in developing countries and responding to disease outbreaks and other public health emergencies.



Associate Overview:

 Languages: Portuguese, English, Spanish, French

 Academic Degrees: Masters’ Public Health and Masters’ of International Affairs and Development

 Countries worked: Brazil, Costa Rica, Kenya, South Africa, Uganda, Tanzania, Zimbabwe, Sierra Leon, Ghana, Mozambique, Angola, Philippines, USA

 Technical/Program Areas of Expertise:  Child Rights, Climate Change, Communication for Development, Education, Gender, HIV/AIDS, Health, Maternal, newborn, & child health (MNCH), Social protection & Policy, Sustainable development, Violence against children