Global Fund Private Sector Constituency
As the Program Officer for the Global Fund Private Sector Constituency (PSC) at GBCHealth, Georgia analyzes Global Fund policies and strategies to support development of PSC positions and to help advance PSC priorities through its role on the Board of the Global Fund.
Prior to starting at GBCHealth, Georgia studied Population and Family Health at Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health. While in the program, she served as a graduate teaching assistant and conducted qualitative research in rural Uganda at the Rakai Health Sciences Program, focusing on notions of masculinity and intimate partner violence. Before pursuing her MPH, Georgia spent three years at the Council on Foreign Relations coordinating outreach strategy to stakeholders in academia, religious communities, and local governments. She has also completed internships with Women Deliver, the ONE Campaign, US Fund for UNICEF, and the International Aids Society in Geneva. Georgia is passionate about advancing global health policy, specifically around issues of maternal and child health.
Georgia holds a BA in International Relations from Boston University and an MPH from Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health.
Contact Georgia at firstname.lastname@example.org .