Georgina Caswell, MA, Chair
Ms. Caswell is a programme manager at Frontline AIDS, a global partnership of nationally-based, independent civil society organizations dedicated to ending AIDS through community action on HIV, health and human rights. She provides technical and project management leadership to projects in seven African countries, ensuring young people have access to quality and integrated sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) and HIV services.
Before joining Frontline AIDS, Ms. Caswell worked with several community-based organizations to provide support on HIV and SRHR issues to people living with HIV and their communities. As the programme manager at the Global Network of People Living with HIV (GNP+), she supported networks of people living with HIV to share experiences, and to build their research and advocacy skills to enable access prevention and treatment resources and services. She chairs the ViiV Positive Action for Girls Board and previously served on IPM’s Board of Directors.
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.