Vanessa Dickey has worked in the areas of nutrition, behavior change, hygiene promotion, capacity building, and community development in Indonesia and Mali. She is an RPCV from Guinea where she worked in a health center in the forest region. She received her Masters in Public Health from Emory University. She focused on Global Health with a concentration in Nutrition and presented a thesis on the Positive Deviance model for addressing malnutrition. She has a passionate interest in behavior change and measuring and documenting impact.