Heather Doyle is an international public health and human rights expert, currently the senior coordinator on gender at the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria. Previously, she led the Sexual Health and Rights Project, a grant-making and advocacy initiative at the Open Society Foundations. In more than 20 years of international experience, Doyle has worked on health inequities with a focus on women’s health at the Catholic Relief Services, Medicines Sans Frontiers among other national and international organizations. She holds a master's degree from the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health.
Attaining global targets to end HIV and AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria will require delivery of health services in ways that reach the women and girls who suffer most from the effects of gender-based inequalities. Heather Doyle, senior technical adviser on gender at the Global Fund, shares how integrated programming and better data can help get there.