Nico is the Senior Communications and Advocacy Officer for the Global Health team at United Nations Foundation, where she manages the organization’s external communications on health issues such as the COVID-19 pandemic, epidemic preparedness and response, and immunization. Prior to joining the Foundation, Nico was an international communications advisor for Doctors Without Borders, overseeing the organization’s communications strategy during emergencies, including the 2021 earthquake in Haiti, the start of the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States, and conflicts in Ukraine, Mozambique, and Nigeria. Nico has over a decade of experience in communications and outreach management for domestic and international organizations focused on health and public services and poverty alleviation. Nico has worked especially closely on HIV, tuberculosis, mental health, and displacement issues. She holds a master’s degree in International Development Practice with a focus on Global Health from the Paris School of International Affairs at Sciences Po and a master’s in Education from Pace University, which she earned while serving as a Teach for America Corps Member. She also has a bachelor’s degree in Anthropology from Columbia University and conducted ethnographic research on internally displaced communities in Nepal during the civil war.