Amy Lockwood is the deputy director of Stanford's Center for Innovation in Global Health, where she looks at new solutions to big problems.
Amy Lockwood is the deputy director of the Center for Innovation in Global Health at Stanford's School of Medicine, where she works in management, strategy and international development focused on issues of global health.
Before coming to Stanford, Lockwood was the Executive Director of Project Healthy Children, which works with governments and local industries in Haiti, Honduras, Liberia, Malawi, Nepal and Rwanda to develop and implement comprehensive food fortification strategies to combat micronutrient malnutrition. She has also worked with the Clinton Foundation as the Director of the Global Pediatric HIV/AIDS Program and Deputy Country Director for India, where she was responsible for supporting governments to develop strategies and implementation plans; design guidelines; build systems, procure drugs and diagnostics; and deliver care to HIV-positive children and adults.
“If what we’re really trying to do is stop the spread of HIV, we need to think about the customer.”
“Only 3 percent of people in the DRC use condoms.”
“What is it that you think about just before you get a condom? Sex!”