Amanda Livingstone (she/hers) is a Senior Advocacy Officer with WRA Global based in Washington, DC. In this role, Amanda contributes to the design, implementation, and monitoring and evaluation of global health and rights campaigns; facilitates advocacy strategy workshops; manages the Self-Care Trailblazer Country Advocacy Working Group and the Self-Care Learning and Discovery Series; develops unique advocacy tools to support community mobilizers in a variety of contexts; and strategizes with partners and colleagues across WRA’s Global Alliance to take advantage of key advocacy opportunities to drive forward health and rights progress at national and global levels.

With over seven years of experience, Amanda is a fierce advocate for reshaping power dynamics and promoting inclusion and accountability in the reproductive justice movement. Her experience working in NGOs and UN Agencies has taught her that individuals must be at the center of the policies and programs that affect their daily lives. Prior to joining White Ribbon Alliance, Amanda worked with Save the Children and the UN Development Programme’s Washington, DC Liaison Office. She has a Master’s in International Human Rights from the Josef Korbel School of International Studies, University of Denver and a BA in International Studies and BS in Anthropology from Loyola University Chicago.

Selected Writings
COVID-19: Advocacy Beyond Borders
Are global health leaders ready to change the world? Then they better start listening to women
Citizens Voices and White Ribbon Alliance at UN General Assembly 2017