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Avantika Krishna

Avantika Krishna

Account Executive, Global Health & Development


Washington D.C. Metro Area, us

I am a nonprofit professional with experience in communications, writing, grassroots and online organizing/campaigns, fundraising, government affairs, and project management. I have spent extensive time living and working abroad in places like China, Spain, India, Ivory Coast, and Singapore and have lived all over the U.S. I ...






Account Executive, Global Health & Development

-Write, edit and proofread written materials and creative collateral including but not limited to
press materials, strategy memorandums, issue backgrounders/briefs, fact sheets, blog posts,
web content for global health clients
-Contribute to and implement media strategies as directed by account leads and senior staff
-Execute media relations efforts including media list development and pitching, and develop strong
ongoing relationships with journalists, reporters and bloggers
-Track, analyze and report on global health-related news, coverage, research and online conversation
-Assist in coordinating media and client events, including identifying and securing venues; working
with creative team to develop marketing and collateral materials such as signage, handouts, and
other branded materials; coordinating with internal departments on additional logistics such as
media placement, event production and webcasting
-Provide client service support by attending internal and client meetings and conference calls,
meeting deadlines, troubleshooting problems, drafting and updating conference reports and
status reports, and responding to client requests in a timely manner

WIN - Women's Information Network

Co-Chair - Women's Conversation Series

-Plan and execute events, trainings, and discussions involving outside speakers and sites in order to advance organization's diversity and inclusivity goals

The Women's Information Network (WIN) is Washington’s premier professional, political, and social network dedicated to empowering young, Democratic, pro-choice women. Founded in 1989 on the idea that women can help women climb the ladder of success, WIN is now over 1,000 members strong.