International Women's Health Coalition (IWHC)
Beth Fredrick is Executive Vice President of the International Women's Health Coalition, which works with women and youth leaders, activists and decision makers to promote and protect the sexual and reproductive rights and health of women and girls. Prior to joining IWHC in 2005, Beth worked with the Guttmacher Institute, a thinktank on sexual and reproductive health, most recently as Chief Operating Officer and Senior Vice President. During her tenure with the Institute, she helped to guide strategic planning, communications, fundraising, and U.S. and international collaborations. In 1995, Beth represented the Guttmacher Institute at the United Nations Fourth World Conference on Women. In 1997, she was a visiting fellow at the Harvard Center for Population and Development Studies, where she focused on global communications. Her recent publications include articles on the ensuring universal access to sexual and reproductive health services for women worldwide, the sexual and reproductive health of Latinas in the United States, gender and HIV/AIDS in developing countries, and online legal resources related to reproductive rights. She currently serves on the Boards of EMPower, Ibis Reproductive Health, ScenariosUSA, and the Advisory Board to the Women's Initiative to Stop HIV-New York.