Nnenna is a healthcare manager based in Nigeria with over fifteen years of experience working in diverse community healthcare settings, specializing in public health, HIV / AIDS prevention, community mobilization, health program development, and reproductive health. In her practice, Nnenna utilizes a person-centered approach to population health combined with strong advocacy to deliver a range of services that can effectively manage country-wide health issues.
Her academic background includes a Masters degree in Public Health, a Bachelors of Medicine and Surgery, and a degree in Psychology and she has completed a range of professional certifications including a Certificate in Health, Safety and Environment (HSE), a Certificate in Public Health Functions, and most recently, a Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Industrial and Occupational Psychology.
Nnenna has significant experience working as a consultant to leading international organizations such as The World Bank, UNDP, AED, FHI, PATH, MSI and PharmAccess Foundation. She works closely with multiple levels of internal and external stakeholders to build strong relationships and further organizational objectives. She has been repeatedly acknowledged for her proven leadership and ability to work effectively under stressful conditions with significant international program experience in Nigeria and West Africa.