Rebecca Levine is a maternal, newborn, and child health specialist for the African Strategies for Health (ASH) Project. She has more than 10 years of experience in program design and management, monitoring and evaluation, and proposal development of maternal, newborn, and child health programs. Prior to joining the ASH Project, Rebecca worked with Save the Children where she was a senior specialist on the USAID-funded Maternal and Child Health Integrated Program (MCHIP). In this role, she provided strategic, technical, and programmatic oversight to MCHIP country programs in Africa, Asia, and the Middle East. While working on MCHIP, Rebecca was also engaged in various global and regional initiatives, including a series of health facility assessments, which included direct observation of the quality of maternal and newborn routine care and prevention, and management of common complications in seven countries in Africa. Prior to joining MCHIP, Rebecca worked as a monitoring and evaluation specialist supporting Save the Children's international programs. Rebecca holds a master’s of public health in global health from George Washington University.