Nanda Chitre

RX for Survival, WGBH

Nanda Chitre, Communications Director for Enough, has worked in the executive and legislative branches of the US government, in national public-policy and political campaigns, as a consultant to international campaigns and television and Hollywood programs, and as a visiting lecturer at Tufts University. She was deputy director for Rx for Child Survival, part of the Rx for Survival A Global Health Challenge project, which included a six-hour documentary, a multimedia initiative, and a social impact campaign, produced by WGBH Boston with funding by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. She served as Assistant Spokesperson for the United States Department of State and as Deputy Assistant to the President and Deputy Press Secretary in the White House until 2001. Chitre worked in both Clinton-Gore presidential campaigns and the Presidential Transition. Her entertainment writing includes the show The West Wing and consulting for films in development. She also worked at US Department of Justice in the Criminal Division’s Office of International Affairs, and for the Judiciary Committee of the US Senate. Ms. Chitre is an attorney admitted to the bar in Massachusetts and the District of Columbia.

Nanda Chitre, Communications Director for Enough, has worked in the executive and legislative branches of the US government, in national public-policy and political campaigns, as a consultant to international campaigns and television and Hollywood programs, and as a visiting lecturer at Tufts University. She was deputy director for Rx for Child Survival, part of the Rx for Survival A Global Health Challenge project, which included a six-hour documentary, a multimedia initiative, and a social impact campaign, produced by WGBH Boston with funding by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. She served as Assistant Spokesperson for the United States Department of State and as Deputy Assistant to the President and Deputy Press Secretary in the White House until 2001. Chitre worked in both Clinton-Gore presidential campaigns and the Presidential Transition. Her entertainment writing includes the show The West Wing and consulting for films in development. She also worked at US Department of Justice in the Criminal Division’s Office of International Affairs, and for the Judiciary Committee of the US Senate. Ms. Chitre is an attorney admitted to the bar in Massachusetts and the District of Columbia.

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10.18.2005 (1:17:22)

Avian Flu and Tomorrow's Pandemics