Detail-oriented program manager with 10 years of experience working in the non-profit and public health sector. She is currently an independent consultant, most recently hired by a former employer to assist in report writing and review. From 2008-2010, she was a Program Director for a non-profit in Guatemala, where she oversaw the implementation of a family planning and men’s reproductive health program. In this role, she supervised staff, conducted monitoring and evaluation activities, fostered donor and partner relations, and assisted in strategic decision making for the organization. From 2005-2008 she worked for Management Sciences for Health, where she was promoted to Program Officer. This position entailed developing and managing work plans and budgets for USAID-funded global health programs and providing management support and leadership development training to public health entities in Africa and Latin America. Prior to this, D.L. had several positions of increasing responsibility with the MA Department of Public Health, where she conducted community outreach and trainings, coordinated a CDC grant, and facilitated a Statewide Advisory Committee to develop a strategic plan to end childhood lead poisoning. D.L. is proficient in both written and spoken French and Spanish. She has a Master of Public Health from Boston University and a B.A. from Colby College.