Amy Cooper

Senior Field Manager

Amy is a Senior Field Manager with Dimagi’s global services team. At Dimagi, Amy has supported project implementation in 12 countries and the U.S. contributing to numerous public health and research projects. Her field work has taken her to several francophone countries including Haiti, Benin, and Madagascar. She implemented a community health application in Haiti, launched monitoring strategies for indoor residual spraying campaigns to combat malaria in Benin and Madagascar and helped develop Ebola applications in Liberia. She has also supported research studies on family planning with the Harvard School of Public Health and domestic research to reinforce knowledge in high-risk HIV populations with the University of Pennsylvania.

Prior to joining Dimagi, she worked with Chemonics International’s East Africa region and worked for the Government of Haiti to map official development assistance after the 2010 earthquake. Earlier, she worked as a monitoring and evaluation consultant in Senegal to implement a mobile phone research study on the effectiveness of routine Vitamin A supplementation delivered by community health workers. Amy received a B.S. in Public Health and Government from the College of William and Mary. She speaks native English and fluent French.

Most Recent Posts By Amy Cooper

Is your app’s design hurting user engagement? Building apps that end users love is one of the core tenets of our design philosophy, “Design Under the Mango Tree.” Based on our experience supporting more than 500 projects, we found that app design is often directly tied to user engagement. By putting in extra time in […]

Dimagi and Pathfinder International conducted a series of large scale trainings throughout the month of September with twelve Haitian implementing partners in Port-au-Prince.  We trained more than 300 Haitian Community Health Workers (CHWs, or Agent Sante Communitere Polyvalent – ASCPs in French) to use Pathfinder and Dimagi’s mSante CommCare application to deliver health services.  With […]

UNICEF-Haiti hosted a live web event on September 10th to highlight innovative technology solutions being used to help the most vulnerable children in Haiti. Dimagi was invited to share our experience deploying CommCare in Haiti through the USAID-funded Sérvices de Santé de Qualité pour Haiti (SSQH) project, implemented by Pathfinder International and URC. Dimagi Haiti Field […]

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