Georgina Caswell, MA, Chair

Ms. Caswell is head of programmes at the Global Network of People Living with HIV (GNP+), where she brings extensive experience providing oversight and technical leadership of large-scale multi-country programmes focused on HIV prevention, treatment, sexual and reproductive health and rights, and stigma and discrimination. 

Most recently, Ms. Caswell was programme manager at Frontline AIDS, where she led programs aimed at building programs aimed at building resilient and empowered adolescents and young people and ensuring their access to SRHR and HIV services. Through the Y+ and READY movements, she has also mentored several young people living with HIV.

A returning IPM Board member, Ms. Caswell serves in several HIV leadership roles, including as chair of IPM’s Access Advisory Committee, co-chair of the Technical Review Panel for ViiV Healthcare Positive Action and a member of the Virology Education Organising Committee for the International HIV & Adolescence Workshop. 

Ms. Caswell is Ghanaian/British and currently resides in South Africa. She studied at the Institute of Political Studies in Bordeaux and holds a bachelor’s degree in politics and French from the University of Warwick, and a master’s degree in development studies from the University of Manchester.