Pia Rebello Britto

Chief and Senior Adviser, Early Childhood Development

Pia Britto

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Pia Rebello Britto, Chief and Senior Advisor, Early Childhood Development

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Dr Pia Britto joined UNICEF in 2014 as Chief of Early Childhood Development, bringing with her many years of expertise in early childhood policy and programmes.

Prior to joining UNICEF she was an Assistant Professor at Yale University and is internationally renowned for her work on developing, implementing and evaluating early childhood programmes and policies around the world. This includes providing evidence for the role of governance and finance in national systems in achieving equity; developing models for quality early childhood services; promoting women’s economic empowerment, and the role of parents and caregivers.

Dr Britto has been the recipient of various awards and grants; has published articles, books and reports; and made numerous presentations at both academic and non-academic conferences and seminars.

She obtained her doctoral degree in Developmental Psychology from Columbia University.


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