Alison Greig joined Nutrition International in 1995 and is currently the Senior Director of the Global Technical Services (GTS) Unit, and Practice Area Lead for Child Survival.

While at Nutrition International, one of her key achievements has been building and maintaining the global vitamin A supplementation (VAS) program, one of the world’s largest child survival programs.

In addition to providing technical direction to the GTS team across portfolios, Alison provides program guidance, support and input to Nutrition International’s VAS, zinc and infant, young child feeding (IYCF) programs, at the country, regional and global levels. She also represents Nutrition International’s Child Survival work at the global level and is Chair of the Global Alliance for Vitamin A (GAVA) network.

In addition to her advisory role across the organization, Alison develops and manages a portfolio of global projects, working together with the GTS Research team to further develop Nutrition International’s research agenda, build the evidence base and coordinate operations research in the Child Survival practice area.

Alison has 30 years of experience in public health, nutrition, program management, monitoring, evaluation, and results-based reporting, and has specialized expertise in VAS program design, Health Systems Strengthening, implementation, and monitoring, vitamin A supply procurement, country-level forecasting and supply chain management, and in other child survival intervention programs. She has a BScH in Biology and an MSc in Public Health.