Ms. Galloway designs and implements programs aimed to reduce the rates of malnutrition in a large number of MCHIP’s country programs. She has worked for 25 years to reduce high rates of malnutrition in developing countries, where more than one-third of children are stunted in their growth and almost half of pregnant women are anemic. Ms. Galloway received two degrees in nutrition: a Bachelors of Science in Nutrition, Food Science and Dietetics from the University of California-Berkeley, and a Masters of Science in Nutritional Sciences from the University of Maryland-College Park. Over the course of her career, Ms. Galloway has worked for non-governmental organizations, USAID-funded global programs (Mother Care, BASICS, Infant and Young Child Nutrition project, and MCHIP), and the World Bank. In these positions she has advocated for, designed, implemented, supervised and evaluated nutrition components in health, education, social protection and agriculture projects in 30 countries in Africa, Asia, Central Asia, the Pacific and Latin America.