Inuki Pantin

Global Health, Advocacy Manager, Better World Campaign, United Nations Foundation

Inuki joined the United Nations Foundation in January 2010. She is responsible for advancing the UNF advocacy agenda related to global health issues on Capitol Hill, the Executive Branch, and NGOs. Before joining UNF, Inuki worked for the House Committee on Foreign Affairs as well as the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene in the Office of Health Services. Most recently, she was a consultant with Pew Charitable Trusts.

Inuki holds bachelor's degrees in Biology and Psychology from the University of Maryland, College Park. She earned her master's degree in Public Policy from the Institute for Policy Studies at Johns Hopkins University, as well as a certificate in Health Policy from the Bloomberg School of Public Health at Johns Hopkins University.

Fun fact: The love of her life is her puppy Pebbles. She is a miniature pinscher -- her favorite color is pink and favorite outfit is her glow in the dark pajamas!

Blog Posts by Inuki Pantin

How you (and the U.S. Government) can end child marriage in developing countries
It starts with one voice. I speak up and while, I won’t be ignored, combining my voice with yours will make our calls stronger. Your representative in Washington listens. If you speak up and you tell your friends to speak up, your representative, your senator will have to listen.
May 16, 2012