Mitzi Hanold is the Senior Director of Program Quality and Design at Food for the Hungry (FH) and serves out of a satellite office in Washington, D.C.
Mitzi joined FH in 2006 as a Training And Curriculum Specialist, supporting FH HIV projects in Africa and the Caribbean. This role expanded in 2009 to include the development of Job Aids for care groups in maternal and child health, WASH and reproductive health, as well as facilitating the development and rollout of the early Child-Focused Community Transformation (CFCT) guides. In 2011, she began leading FH’s Education team to develop recommended tools, guides, and interventions to increase child performance in literacy and numeracy. Prior to working at FH, Mitzi served as an Adult Literacy Coordinator in Mali, West Africa.
Mitzi earned a master’s degree in Public Health at Tulane University. She currently lives in Washington, D.C.
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