Lucy Nyaga is a public health and development specialist with seventeen years professional experience in the field of health and development. She holds a master’s degree in Medical Anthropology and is completing a PhD in Public health. She has extensive experience in programmes development, implementation and management in the East and Southern African region with work in reproductive, maternal, newborn, child and adolescent health (RMNCAH). Lucy's experience spans across major development agencies including the UN, EU, GIZ, USAID, DfID and reputable international, regional and national NGOs. Her key interests include providing support to development stakeholders in the public health sphere to design, develop, implement, monitor and evaluate public and private sectors engagement strategies aimed at improving health outcomes.
Lucy is the LSTM Kenya Country Director. She provides overall leadership of the LSTM office and programmes in Kenya.