IANPHI SECRETARIAT: US OFFICE

SHENANDOAH EVANS, COMMUNICATIONS DIRECTOR

office: ++1.404.727.1479

mobile: ++1.678-485.5515

communications@ianphi.org; shenandoah.evans@emory.edu

Shenandoah Evans joined IANPHI in 2012. As director of communications, she is responsible for developing and implementing IANPHI's communications strategy plan that includes online efforts through the website, newsletter, social media, e-publications, print materials and reports; risk communication in health emergencies; intra-office database management; NPHI relationship building; media relations; and the IANPHI communications website and technical service program available to low resource members. 

Shenandoah Evans, Communications DirectorEvans has worked with Emory University since 2009 as a communications consultant to Emory programs and others in the nonprofit sector including the Institute for Developing Nations, the Master’s in Development Practice program, and the Vulnerability and Human Condition Initiative, Development Studies, Anthropology, Bioethics at the Center for Ethics. Prior to that, she spent 10 years as a public relations manager, editorial journalist, and communication consultant.

She has worked for leading companies such as CNN, Barnes & Noble, and Samsung Electronics Europe, as well as operating her own consultant business in visual and web communication. She received her Master of Science from Cornell University’s communication program focusing on visual and development communication. In addition, she holds degrees in both the environmental studies and communication from the University of California, Santa Barbara.

 

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