True Claycombe is the policy manager at Friends of the Global Fight. In this role, she advocates for Friends’ legislative goals and provides research and analysis on major policy issues and external reports as they relate to the Global Fund, the three diseases, and global health more generally. True earned her M.A. in international development from American University. Before graduate school, she spent more than two years on Capitol Hill as a legislative assistant to Rep. David McKinley.
With the International AIDS Conference next week, True Claycombe from Friends of the Global Fight discusses the progress made in the fight against HIV/AIDS to date, where funding for the fight stands today, and why now is the time to move the fight forward.