Amanda Wyatt is the Program Manager for the CGIAR Research Program on Agriculture for Nutrition and Health (A4NH), led by the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI). Amanda joined IFPRI in July 2012 as a Senior Research Assistant for A4NH where she was involved in providing research support to senior researchers in the areas of agriculture associated diseases, gender, and theory-based evaluation methodology of complex programs like A4NH. Her professional experience before joining IFPRI includes assisting with a randomized controlled trial examining the influence of a health coaching model on nutrition and physical activity behaviors, working for a domestic healthy policy think tank, providing educational and social support to resettled refugees, and working in local government. Amanda holds an MPH from Emory University with a focus on global health and public nutrition. During graduate school, she conducted research with the International Livestock Research Institute in Kenya on how dairy development may influence household and young child nutrition in smallholder farming households.