Amy Lockwood, MS, MBA

Lecturer, Faculty of Global Health Delivery

As a Strategic Advisor at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) Institute for Global Health Sciences, Amy Lockwood leads strategy, business development, and operations for the AIDS Research Institute and Global Health Delivery and Diplomacy. Ms. Lockwood is also pursuing her PhD in Global Health Sciences at UCSF, with a research focus on identifying the components of management and leadership that have the greatest impact on health outcomes.

Ms. Lockwood has background spanning the business, non-profit and academic sectors. She has experience developing strategies, managing, and evaluating development projects and organizations throughout Africa, Asia and Latin America. Previously, she was the Deputy Director of the Center for Innovation in Global Health at Stanford University, the Executive Director of Project Healthy Children (an NGO focused on micronutrient malnutrition), and the Director of the Pediatric HIV/AIDS Program and India Deputy Country Director for the Clinton Foundation. Prior to working in global health, she was a strategy consultant with a specialty in branding and communication. In addition to her current doctoral work at UCSF pursuing a PhD in Global Health Sciences, Ms. Lockwood holds a MBA from Stanford, and a BS in Communications and MS in Marketing, both from Northwestern University.