Stacey Cunningham

Senior Manager, Training and Workforce Development

Stacey Cunningham, MS, serves as Senior Manager for Training and Workforce Development. In this capacity and in partnership with the CDC, she is managing a project designed to increase the capacity of 17 African countries to respond to public health emergencies. Prior to coming to NNPHI, Ms. Cunningham’s work focused on providing technical and program support to teams in West African and South Asia for international health organizations. She has also spent time overseas piloting an innovative maternal and child mHealth project in Malawi, and serving as US Peace Corps staff in Guyana and Kenya, supporting programming and training in the health and education sectors. Stateside, Ms. Cunningham previously served as a Program Manager at Tulane’s Mary Amelia Center and an adjunct professor at Tulane’s School of Public Health. She also spent over six years working for the Louisiana state health department on diverse public health issues including family planning, HIV/AIDS prevention and treatment, and tobacco control. Ms. Cunningham received her MS in Biopsychology from the University of New Orleans. Although she has worked in a variety of settings and sectors, Ms. Cunningham’s work in public health has always focused on developing strong, sustainable institutions to advance public health.

Ms. Cunningham received her MS in Biopsychology from the University of New Orleans. Although she has worked in a variety of settings and sectors, Ms. Cunningham’s work in public health has always focused on developing strong, sustainable institutions to advance public health.

Contact Stacey at scunningham@nnphi.org.

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