Sandy Remancus has 30 years of experience in nutrition, food security, and program management. Remancus is the director of Alive & Thrive, an FHI Solutions initiative. Previously, she served as the FANTA project director and worked in West Africa on a USAID-funded family health and AIDS project and with the U.S. State Department’s Bureau of Population, Refugees and Migration.
Harnessing food systems to improve nutrition too often ignores the nutrition babies receive from nature's perfect food system: breastfeeding. 1,000 Days and Alive & Thrive explain why greater investment is needed to tackle obstacles to breastfeeding.