Tina Lloren comes to FANTA with more than 12 years of experience in nutrition and food security programming. Prior to joining FANTA, she worked as a regional nutrition advisor with Save the Children. She has also previously worked with the Famine Early Warning System Network at Chemonics International and has served as a Food Policy Fellow in the Leland-Emerson Hunger Fellows Program. She began her overseas career as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Kenya. She has an MPH in international health and development with a concentration in nutrition and food security from Tulane University and a BS in secondary education with a concentration in Spanish from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.