Expertise: Project Management, Monitoring and Evaluation, Training and Facilitation, Systems Strengthening, Crisis Management, Technical Writing, Community Networking, Strategic Humanitarian Response.
Content Knowledge: Global Health, Nutrition, Disease Prevention, Reproductive Health, Humanitarian Action, Psychosocial Support, Child Development and Protection, Intercultural Communication, Arabic Language.
Whitney Fry, DrPH, MPH has over a decade of professional engagement in global health initiatives, with a particular focus on male engagement in gender-based violence prevention. Applying strengths-based methodologies such as Appreciative Inquiry to facilitate positive change, Whitney has steered vision to improve the public’s health in Uganda, Egypt, Sri Lanka, Jordan, Sudan, South Sudan, Afghanistan, Ethiopia, Somalia, Kenya, and the United States. Whitney has a BA in biology from Taylor University and an MPH in International Health and Complex Emergencies from Tulane University; she is currently earning a DrPH from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in Health Policy and Management. Having directly engaged in local and global efforts with Tulane University, Save the Children, Heart to Heart International, YMCA, Dreams InDeed International, Medair, Servant Forge, and Strategic Applications International, Whitney is now a global health consultant based in Nairobi offering a variety of organizational development and quality improvement services to clients who share in her passion for ensuring health and vitality for global populations.