Amy MacIver has 20 years of public relations, crisis communications, media relations, and spokesperson training experience. Her expertise in global and public health has fostered deeper understanding of some of the world’s most complex health and equity issues. Her areas of impact include: vaccine hesitancy, women’s reproductive rights, innovations in global health, and breakthrough scientific research.
Amy has worked inside the global health and development community with foundations, nonprofits, and multilaterals to highlight and address challenges to some of the world’s most vulnerable populations. Her work on crisis communications spans a wide spectrum of issues in global development, including vaccine hesitancy, political unrest, and public health crises in countries such as India, Myanmar, and North Korea.
She began her career in public relations coordinating campaigns for women’s reproductive rights, international family planning, and environmental issues. She later served as Communications Director at PATH where she provided communications strategy across 13 country programs, managed the headquarters communications team, and trained 100+ leaders across the U.S., Uganda, India, Zambia, Vietnam, South Africa, and Myanmar in public speaking for media and business development.
Amy is a tireless advocate for equity.