Amanda Entrikin is the Director of Global Affairs and Advocacy at Habitat for Humanity International, a global non-profit focused on creating decent housing for all. Based in Washington, DC, she works to influence global development priorities of the U.S. government, the EU, and other regional bodies and multilateral organizations to reflect HFHI’s priorities centered on equitable access to housing. Previously, she worked in advocacy and government relations for Doctors Without Borders in New York, engaging with the United Nations Security Council and US government agencies on urgent humanitarian priorities. Ms. Entrikin has over ten years of international experience, having worked in Africa, Asia, Latin America, and Europe on both development and humanitarian portfolios. She graduated from The New School in New York City with a Master’s in International Affairs.