As the Global Portfolio Director of Large-Scale Food Fortification at Nutrition International, Kristin Hall oversees fortification programs in Asia and Africa, aiming to improve diets affordably by enhancing nutrient intake and reducing deficiencies. With nearly 15 years of experience in public health nutrition and partnerships, Kristin has supported children, adolescents and women in various contexts. 

Before joining Nutrition International, Kristin worked in Ukraine on nutritionally-sound humanitarian efforts. She also built donor relationships, financing facilities, and partnerships for global nutrition initiatives. Her expertise includes advocacy, engaging government stakeholders in Asia and Africa to align nutrition policies with healthy diets and sustainable food systems. In the Middle East, she led partnerships and program development for a local humanitarian non-profit supporting Palestinians. 

Kristin’s background includes directing hunger relief efforts within the Oregon US Department of Education as a Child Nutrition Specialist, focusing on school feeding programs and nutrition education. She holds a bachelor’s degree in nutrition and food systems, as well as a master’s degree in human nutrition. Kristin is also a registered dietitian nutritionist.