Mitchell Warren

AIDS Vaccine Advocacy Coalition

Mitchell Warren is the Executive Director of the AIDS Vaccine
Advocacy Coalition (AVAC), an international non-governmental organization
that uses public education, policy analysis, advocacy and community
mobilization to accelerate the ethical development and global delivery
of AIDS vaccines and other HIV prevention options.

 

Before
this, he was the Senior Director for Vaccine Preparedness at the International
AIDS Vaccine Initiative (IAVI) where he directed efforts to increase
community understanding and national involvement in AIDS vaccine research.
Warren previously spent four years as Vice President of International
Affairs for The Female Health Company (FHC), the manufacturer of the
female condom, and six years at Population Services International (PSI)
designing and implementing social marketing, communications and health
promotion activities, including five years running PSI’s project in
South Africa.

Warren
studied English and History at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and
health policy at the Johns Hopkins University School of Hygiene and
Public Health.

Warren
is a member of the Global HIV Prevention Working Group and the Co-Chair
of the Caucus for Evidence-Based Prevention.


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