CPHI Adjunct Fellow
Public Health Interests:
Global Water, Sanitation, Hygiene and Environment
Current Public-Health Related Activities:
Angelita Fasnacht-Cuellar has 17 plus years of experience in Environmental & Civil Engineering, Grant Management and Engineering Management, specializing in Water and Community Health. She obtained a Masters in Public Health degree from Emory University's International Public Health program. Her professional & academic experience include managing and supporting projects for Safe Water Network, AguaAyuda, International Rural Water Association, Catholic Relief Services, Pan-American Health Organization, and WaterAid through Kosovo-Addis consulting group. She is Vice President of Philadelphia Global Water Initiative, and lectures at the University of Pennsylvania School of Engineering, School of Nursing, and at the School of Public Health of Drexel University. She has represented Millenium Water Alliance (twelve-partners alliance, including UNICEF), and served as an adviser to private and federal grantees on program design and M&E formulation. She negotiated and managed grants and contracts with several donors in the USA and Colombia, including UNICEF, USAID, Conrad Hilton Foundation and the Coca-Cola Africa Foundation. She has also worked for CARE's Senior Advisor for WASH, and participated on his behalf on El Salvador's national water agenda planning meeting. In Colombia, she managed development projects for a local NGO in Huila.