Aimee has worked both internationally and domestically over the past 15 years supporting education, public health, and psychosocial support programming. She is an experienced Program Manager, working for Catholic Relief Services in Tanzania, South Sudan, Haiti, the Bahamas, and most recently as a Technical Advisor for Mental Health and Psychosocial Support for the Humanitarian Response team. As Head of Education Programs in Haiti, Aimee supported an education portfolio focusing on early grade literacy and social emotional learning. Aimee worked in community-based psychosocial and education programming following Hurricane Katrina for Save the Children’s Domestic Emergencies Unit and supported Tulane University’s public health programming in Rwanda. She has also worked domestically with the International Rescue Committee in youth refugee resettlement, and for KIPP New Orleans Charter Schools as a primary school social worker. Aimee is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with master’s degrees in both Public Health and Social Work from Tulane University.