Chinasa U Imo is an international development and global health policy strategist, with over nine years of experience working in the development health sector. As a behavioral economist passionate about improving outcomes for women, youth, and children. She is an expert in political economy analysis and participatory approaches to design policies and programs that strengthen health systems and governance, improve social accountability, and improve access to quality care for women youths, and children in low-resourced underserved communities and volatile settings. Her vast work experiences include designing and implementing programs that focus on maternal, new-born, and adolescent reproductive health and rights, youth empowerment, leading pro-health policy advocacies, building capacities of multi-stakeholders coalitions on social accountability, evidence-based participatory policy engagements, and providing technical support to sub-national ministries. She has worked in various capacities for local and international organizations such as the African Union, Nigeria Centre for Disease Control, Options Consultancy managed program: Evidence for Action-MamaYe, ONE Campaign, Stand to End Rape Initiative, the University of Chicago Centre for Global Health, etc in Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Liberia, Ghana, and The United States. Chinasa is the founder of Innovation Hub for Inclusiveness, Empowerment and Social Development -SieDi-Hub, and the co-founder of African Youth Employment Initiatives-AYEII, she serves as a board member of various organizations. She is a strong advocate for the elimination of sexual/gender-based violence against women, and youths and women empowerment. She holds a BSc Hons in Public Administration, an MA in Diplomacy and Strategic Studies, and an MA in International Development Policy and she is a Ph.D. student at the Crown Family School of Social Work, Policy and Practice, Doctoral Program at the University of Chicago. She holds multiple international fellowships and awards.