Caroline Andridge is a program officer on the nutrition team at Results for Development (R4D), where she supports the organization’s work to increase and inform financing for nutrition. She has six years of experience conducting policy research and project management for food security and global health programs in international development and humanitarian assistance with NGOs and the U.S. government.
Ms. Andridge has worked in South Africa, India, and the United States to support food security and global health programming that serves the most vulnerable. She has published articles, evaluations, and policy reports to inform policy decisions and priorities for project implementation.
Before joining R4D, Ms. Andridge was a U.S. policy specialist with USAID’s Bureau for Humanitarian Assistance and Office of Food for Peace, providing substantive policy analysis and guidance to inform USAID’s humanitarian assistance and resilience programming. She also worked as an international development consultant with Oxfam America and Oxfam India, evaluating the R4 Rural Resilience Initiative in Ethiopia and Senegal and Oxfam’s global Behind the Brands campaign in India, Malawi, and Ghana. She served as a 2016-17 Princeton in Africa Fellow as an HIV Prevention Analyst with the Clinton Health Access Initiative in South Africa to reduce HIV infection among adolescent girls and young women; researched the growing burden of non-communicable diseases in low- and middle-income countries at the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR); and supported the Millennium Challenge Corporation’s (MCC) Department of Policy and Evaluation in Washington, DC.
Ms. Andridge holds a master’s degree in global affairs with a specialization in sustainable development from the University of Notre Dame, and a bachelor’s degree in public policy from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.