About Maggie McCarten-Gibbs

Maggie McCarten-Gibbs is a Regional Program Analyst for the SHOPS Plus project supporting Nepal and family planning activities in Nigeria. She is a public policy professional with experience in global health and international development. Her background includes programming for adolescent girls and young women, gender audits, and monitoring and evaluation. McCarten-Gibbs holds an MPP focusing on global health from Georgetown University and a BA in public affairs and anthropology from Seattle University.

Expertise 

Family planning, HIV/AIDS, gender, policy analysis, quantitative analysis

Country Experience 

South Africa

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