Kimberly Mansen, MSPH, RDN
Kimberly Mansen, MSPH, RDN is a Nutrition Technical Lead with PATH’s Integrated Maternal and Child Health and Development program. She is trained as a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, having experience both clinically and in the global health field. She currently focuses on improving maternal, infant, and young child nutrition, particularly by strengthening systems to improve maternal lactation support and to ensure all infants receive human milk, including vulnerable neonates. She helps to lead PATH’s Newborn Nutrition portfolio, including human milk banking activities consisting of implementation, advocacy, research, and innovation. Her work at PATH has spread across multiple settings, including South Africa, Vietnam, Kenya, and India. Previous to PATH, she served as a Field Coordinator for Operations Research for ensuring food security in the Democratic Republic of Congo with the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. She received a Master of Science in Public Health in International Nutrition from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, and a Bachelor of Science in Human Nutrition from Pepperdine University. Kimberly currently serves as a Board Member of the Northwest Mothers Milk Bank.