Amber Lauff, MPH
As the Communications Manager for TEPHINET, Amber assists in implementing TEPHINET’s communications strategy and supporting branding, digital, print and network communications. She enjoys working closely with network members and partners on communications initiatives that help disseminate the work of FETPs around the globe and drive TEPHINET’s mission forward.
Prior to joining TEPHINET Amber served on the communications team for two global organizations—CHAMPS (Child Health and Mortality Prevention Surveillance) and Days for Girls International—where she worked to drive audiences to better understand the causes of child mortality, and promoted improved menstrual health and hygiene for women and girls in low and middle-income countries. She has worked with both domestic and global public health organizations in varying capacities, including research, program design and monitoring and evaluation, and is passionate about maternal and child health, infectious disease, and water, sanitation and hygiene.
Amber holds a master’s degree in public health (MPH) with a concentration in community health and development from Emory University.
alauff [at] tephinet [dot] org (Email Amber Lauff)