Molly Fitzgerald

Guinea | Senegal | Sierra Leone | South Africa | Tanzania | Togo | Zimbabwe

Dr. Molly Fitzgerald is a public health professional with 25 years of experience in global health programming and research. Working with civil society, governments and humanitarian actors in diverse geographic and social contexts, she has collaborated and advised on intersecting areas of health and human rights, including issues of stigma and other forms of exclusion as barriers to improved health and social equity. Much of her work has been in Africa (West and Southern Africa) centering on research and programs pertaining to access to sexual and reproductive health, HIV, and equitable health sytems. She holds a Master of Public Health, with a focus on Refugee Studies, and Health and Human Rights, from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and a Doctor of Public Health from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. Through her consulting practice JuxtaHealth LLC, she partners with organizations to design inclusive research, develops strategies, and executes programs that advance health access, gender equity and social inclusion.