Carolyn Vogel

Population Action International

Carolyn Gibb Vogel, MPH is Vice President for Programs and director of The Center @ PAI. She is responsible for bringing ideas to action in a project incubation process for PAI and facilitates all aspects of coordinated work. Prior to this she was a Senior Research Associate and Acting Director of the Research Department at PAI where her work focused on reproductive health supplies, population and the environment and donor financing. She served as the project manager for the Supply Initiative from 2004-2007, including management of the Supply Initiative’s Brussels Office. She is active in the Reproductive Health Supplies Coalition, and works with PAI’s network of research and advocacy organizations on the supply issue. Publications include reports and articles on the reproductive health supply issue, population assistance and population and the environment. She is a graduate of the University of Michigan and holds a masters degree in public health from Columbia University. Prior to joining PAI, she worked in program management and evaluation of USAID-funded family planning programs, working with projects in many countries including Zimbabwe, Kenya, Turkey, Russia and Jordan. She also attended the University of Dakar in Senegal and served as a Peace Corps Nutrition Volunteer in Niger.


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Taking On Population and Climate Change

Carolyn Vogel

There are many ways to frame the linkages between population and climate change -- and the reproductive health community can make the connection in a way that promotes women's rights and empowerment.

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