Sabitri brings more than 20 years of experience in research, training, and project management in reproductive and sexual and mental health in numerous countries – Nepal, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar and Singapore.She is passionate about creating a culture of evidence based decision making within the organization and beyond. Prior to Possible, Sabitri worked as a Regional Research Advisor for Marie Stopes International (MSI), UK strengthening MSl’s in-country capacity of research, monitoring and evaluation in Asia and Asia-pacific region.She has also supported multi-centric and multi-country clinical drug trials when she was working as a clinical research coordinator at Institute of Mental Health in Singapore, has designed and implemented health projects and educational courses for nursing and public health (both bachelor and master level) and has been responsible for numerous research projects related to reproductive and sexual health in the past.Sabitri has a nursing background, a degree in public health from Melbourne University, Australia and a PhD in Health Sciences from Hiroshima University, Japan.