Amanda Marr Chung, MPH, is the VMMC Sustainability Project Director at UCSF’s Global Health Group and was Associate Director for the Malaria Elimination Initiative (MEI) until August 2020. She still leads the leadership and program management work for MEI. She has fifteen years of global health program management experience, including five years at Seva Foundation, a not-for-profit dedicated to preventing and treating blindness and visual impairment, and five years at I-TECH, which works with local partners to develop skilled health care workers and strong national health systems in resource-limited countries. She has also worked for public health departments and a community health center in the United States. Amanda has an MPH from the University of Washington, a BA from Princeton University, and is a DrPH candidate at UC Berkeley.