Leah Prencipe focuses on young child health and nutrition, food security and poverty, and educational outcomes for youth. She has several years’ experience implementing impact evaluations on health, education, and social protection programs. She has conducted data collection activities in a number of countries in Africa and Southeast Asia. Prior to joining UNICEF, Leah worked as a researcher at American Institutes for Research (AIR), where she began working on impact evaluations. She also worked as a data analyst for the World Bank, where she analyzed health data from multiple nationally representative surveys for outcomes in equity in health spending, health utilization and health outcomes, such as malnutrition and mortality rates of children under five.