Katie Millar is the publication coordinator and technical writer at the Women & Health Initiative, home of the Maternal Health Task Force at the Harvard School of Public Health. Ms. Millar is a neonatal nurse and holds a Masters in Public Health from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. She is interested in the intersection of neonatal and maternal health, and has worked in a variety of clinical and research capacities around the globe. Notably, she has conducted research in developmental care for premature infants at a public maternity hospital in Argentina; and on infant motor development in rural Ghana. She has also collaborated with the local Ministries of Health, UNICEF, and Latter-day Saint Charities to teach neonatal resuscitation and basic newborn care in Nicaragua and Peru. Recently, she served as a technical advisor in the Kakuma Refugee Camp in Kenya where she evaluated and planned the next phase of an adolescent sexual and reproductive health program in partnership with UNHCR, UNFPA, IRC, and JSI. She looks forward to being a contributor for the Healthy Newborn Network blog. Latest News Article: Taking a walk in her shoes: How a midwife exchange program improved maternal health in Ethiopia