Saskia Guerrier manages the advocacy strategies that advance the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation’s programmatic goals around ensuring access to reliable, affordable, and safe water, and improving developmental outcomes of young children experiencing disadvantage. Prior to joining the Hilton Foundation, Guerrier worked as a senior project manager at PAI overseeing the implementation of accountability and advocacy projects in collaboration with local civil society organizations in Nigeria, Ethiopia, Indonesia and Kenya. Guerrier has a wealth of experience partnering with national governments, international organizations, and key stakeholders in the in the global development sector across sub-Saharan Africa and Southeast Asia from her previous role as country support analyst with Avenir Health, and as a program assistant with Healthqual International. She also spent time as a global health fellow with Medical Missionaries managing a health clinic and several community projects in rural Haiti. She holds a Master of Science of public health with a concentration in health policy management and a global health certificate from Gillings School of Global Public Health at the University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill, as well as a Bachelor of Arts degree in anthropology, with a minor in African studies from Bryn Mawr College.