Amy Lockwood is the executive director of Project Healthy Children (PHC), a non-profit organization that works with governments and local industries to develop and implement comprehensive food fortification strategies. PHC is focused on addressing issues of micronutrient malnutrition in the developing world through the application of business principles and currently manages projects in Haiti, Honduras, Liberia, Malawi, Nepal and Rwanda.
Previously, Ms. Lockwood worked with the Clinton Foundation’s HIV/AIDS Initiative where, as the Director of Global Pediatrics, she led a program with operations in 33 countries throughout Africa, Asia and Latin America to more than double the number of children receiving anti-retroviral therapy in just over a year. She also spent time in New Delhi, India where as deputy country director she managed the largest country program in the Initiative. Prior to her career in international development, Ms. Lockwood was a strategy consultant for Mercer Management Consulting, where she developed an expertise in brand strategy and customer research. In addition to her MBA from Stanford, Ms. Lockwood also holds a BS in Communication Studies and an MS in Integrated Marketing Communications from Northwestern University.