Recognizing the need to cultivate creative and practical solutions to equip the next generation of public health practitioners and organizations, Kavle Consulting, a woman and minority-owned social impact firm, was founded in 2019.
By offering solutions to move the needle in global health and nutrition, Kavle Consulting seeks to work across local and global organizations to meaningfully contribute to improving the health and wellness of all.
Dr. Kavle has built the capacity of teams both in low and middle-income countries and in Washington D.C., by developing programmatic and social behavior change approaches and tools with United States Agency for International Development (USAID) funded global health projects. She has led numerous implementation science studies and extensively published on the process (i.e. successes and challenges) and scale-up of nutrition-health program implementation.
In partnership with USAID and Maternal and Child Survival Program (MCSP) and country experts, she pioneered a journal supplement compendium featuring 14 country experiences on “how to” strengthen nutrition within health systems, including the areas of maternal, newborn and child health and family planning. In addition, Dr. Kavle has been active in the academic community, as a lecturer at the George Washington University, Milken School of Public Health with joint appointments in Global Health and Prevention and Community Health. As a first generation Asian-American Pacific Islander (AAPI), Dr. Kavle is passionate about championing and mentoring local leaders and nutritionists from low and middle-income countries as well as fellow Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC) public health practitioners.
Kavle Consulting, LLC exists to help countries, organizations, and people thrive by narrowing the gap between humanity’s most pressing needs and practical solutions that work.