Caroline André is a dietitian specialized in pediatric and maternal nutrition. Her interest in food security and health determinants led her to undertake a Master’s in Public Health Education and Promotion (oriented towards developing countries) in 2015 in Brussels, Belgium. For the past ten years, she has worked in a renowned oncology institute in Brussels. There, she accumulated vast experience related to prevention and management of malnutrition during cancer treatments. Caroline has worked to improv the health and nutritional status of women and children in Peru, Bolivia, and Guatemala.
Lauren holds a Master’s of Education from Vanderbilt University's Community Development & Action program, with a certificate in Latin American Studies. She is an experienced researcher with a focus in community-driven and evidence-based international development, and she is passionate about community health and health system strengthening. Prior joining CNP, she is the Impact (M&E and Development) Intern with the Lwala Community Alliance. Lauren enjoys tea and watching stand-up comedy. She is from Shreveport, Louisiana.
A native of New Hampshire, Hayley earned her Bachelor’s degree in French and Sociology from the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia. She’s spent the last five years accruing diverse professional experiences and expanding her comfort zone: teaching English in France, working as a ski instructor in the mountains of New England, leading tours of the USA’s west coast for French high school students, and most recently working in the Education Department at the French Cultural Center/Alliance Française of Boston. She is thrilled to be helping out and learning from the Kore Timoun team.