Nina has more than 10 years of experience in communications strategy and is passionate about the power of storytelling to inform debate on public health issues.
At Rabin Martin, Nina works on integrated communications for clients, with a focus on:
- Strengthening reputation and advocacy efforts
- Translating public health programs into meaningful stories and campaigns
- Identifying opportunities for thought leadership to shape the global public health agenda
- Convening stakeholders to build effective public-private partnerships and corporate social responsibility programs
Prior to joining Rabin Martin, Nina spent five years with the Guttmacher Institute, a global think tank working to advance reproductive health and rights. At Guttmacher, she helped found a digital strategy unit, creating online marketing strategies to promote evidence-driven policies and programs, and before that worked with partners in Latin America and Sub-Saharan Africa to advocate for improving access to women’s health services. At the start of her career, Nina spent five years in a variety of advertising, publishing and tech startups and has extensive experience using emerging technologies to identify and reach priority audiences.
Master of Public Policy, Political and Social Sciences
Universitat Pompeu Fabra
BS Public Policy and Management; BS Human Development