Kristina Granger is a social and behavior change specialist with proven expertise in designing, implementing, evaluating, and managing behavior-centered interventions to improve maternal, infant, and young child nutrition (MIYCN). She is experienced working across sectors to integrate WASH, reproductive health, early childhood development, agriculture, and nutrition. She has worked on curriculum and materials development for a variety of MIYCN training packages used in Haiti, India, Niger, Burkina Faso, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, and Bangladesh. In her role as SBCC Manager on the SPRING Project, Kristina also leads the development of SBCC program strategies; community media approaches to nutrition SBCC; behavior change for nutrition-sensitive agriculture; as well as designing and leading research on WASH and nutrition. Kristina has a diverse background in marketing and communications, project management, and nutrition and has her MPH in Global Health Communication from George Washington University.