Diana Chamrad

Senior Technical Advisor, Vulnerable Child and Family Programs, USAID ASSIST Project/URC

Diana provides technical assistance on USAID ASSIST activities focused on improving outcomes for vulnerable children and families.  Based at Headquarters in Bethesda, she works with ASSIST field advisors, government officials at national and local levels, and implementing partners in a number of countries in Sub-Saharan Africa and Haiti. Prior to joining URC in 2011, Diana worked as a clinical psychologist in a number of settings, including academic and research institutions, pediatric hospital, and private practice. She was fortunate to have the opportunity to transition into Global Health through a USAID internship with the Global Health Fellows Program in 2009. She received her PhD in clinical psychology from Ohio State University