Lindsay Denny is a global health and WASH expert, currently working as a consultant for UNICEF-HQ on the Healthy Environments for Healthy Children Team, where she develops recommendations for the integration on WASH and health programming. She is also an Associate Director of Programs at Emory University’s Center for Global Safe WASH, where she runs the WASH in Healthcare Facilities Community of Practices. Lindsay has worked on the WASH and health nexus from a variety of vantages points, including research, advocacy, education, and implementation.
Formerly based in the Philippines and Cambodia, she has provided support to countries across the world to improve WASH conditions in their healthcare facilities.
Lindsay graduated from the University of California, San Diego with a degree in Physiology & Neuroscience and then completed her Master of Public Health at Boston University, with a focus on International Health.
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