As the Advocacy and Communications Manager Christine supports communities and community groups to advance rights and hold duty bearers accountable for real change in health service delivery for the women and children in the community. She is a driven, strategic, public policy and advocacy professional with over 10 years of experience in budget advocacy, social accountability, project management, building and leading successful advocacy campaigns. Christine has a proven ability to develop and execute effective public policy initiatives that improve the lives of communities. Before joining Lwala Community Alliance, Christine worked for PATH and World Vision International on various policy and advocacy assignments. She is also a holder of a Master's degree in project planning and management , Bachelor degree in Political Science and Sociology and a certificate in project management in global health from the University of Washington.