Dr. Koki Agarwal is an internationally recognized expert in safe motherhood, reproductive health, and family planning policies and programs, as well as promoting policy dialogue and advocacy for policy reform. She has more than 25 years of service delivery experience in reproductive health, family planning, and maternal health, and for over two decades has led, managed, and implemented large-scale USAID-funded global health projects. Dr. Agarwal directs the five-year MOMENTUM Country and Global Leadership award within USAID’s MOMENTUM suite of projects. She previously directed the predecessor USAID flagship MNCH programs including the Maternal and Child Survival Program (MCSP; 2014-2019), and the Maternal and Child Health Integrated Program (MCHIP; 2008-2014). Prior, Dr. Agarwal led the ACCESS Program, a USAID-funded maternal and newborn health program led by Jhpiego, and was Deputy Director of the USAID-funded POLICY Project through the Futures Group. Dr. Agarwal is also the Vice President of DC Operations for Jhpiego. She has served as a board member for White Ribbon Alliance and co-chaired the Roll Back Malaria’s Malaria in Pregnancy Working Group for four years. She is currently a member of the Strategic and Technical Advisory Group of Experts (STAGE) for maternal, newborn, child, adolescent health and nutrition, and serves on the Board of the Rotary Action Group for Reproductive, Maternal and Child Health. She trained as a physician in India and completed a DrPH and an MPH from Johns Hopkins University.
Koki Agarwal, MD, MPH, DrPH
Director, MOMENTUM Country and Global Leadership, Vice President, DC Operations