Nabeeha Kazi Hutchins
Executive Director, No Wasted Lives
Nabeeha is Executive Director of No Wasted Lives, a global coalition dedicated to scaling up prevention and treatment action to combat acute malnutrition. With more than 20 years of public health, nutrition, agriculture and early childhood development expertise, Nabeeha has directed multi-sectoral programs to accelerate development impact at scale. She served as President & CEO of Humanitas Global, an international development consultancy, which works with the world’s leading agriculture, nutrition and health institutions. Nabeeha served in senior roles with global communications firm, FleishmanHillard and The Clinton Foundation Global HIV/AIDS Initiative, and has led advocacy and engagement programs at the EastWest Institute and the International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center (CIMMYT). She is Chair of the Community for Zero Hunger and serves as Board member and technical advisor for a range of academic, research and non-profit institutions, including WHO, FoodTank, IFPRI and USAID Feed the Future. Born in Pakistan and raised in Mexico, Nabeeha holds Bachelor’s degrees in Political Science and Journalism and Mass Communications from Kansas State University, and Master’s degrees in International Affairs and Public Health from Columbia University. She is based in Washington, DC.