Christina Craig is an MSc candidate in Evidence-Based Social Intervention and Policy Evaluation, and is a member of Jesus College. Her current research interests include maternal and child health and nutrition interventions, primarily in sub-Saharan Africa, as well as child health and nutrition policy in the United States.
Prior to her post-graduate studies, Christina served as Program Coordinator for the International Association of National Public Health Institutes (IANPHI), a member organization of government agencies committed to disease prevention and response. While at IANPHI, she also served as a site coordinator for the Child Health and Mortality Prevention Surveillance Network (CHAMPS), a 20-year global project aimed at understanding causes of child morbidity and mortality. Before that, Christina conducted child nutrition research in Malawi with Washington University-based Project Peanut Butter, testing a novel ready-to-use therapeutic food treatment.
Christina received her B.A. from The College of William and Mary in Virginia, and she completed a year-long graduate research fellowship at the Trinity Fellows Academy. At Oxford, Christina is also serving as a Service and Leadership Fellow with the Oxford Pastorate.