Brady Zieman is an associate in the Council’s HIV and AIDS program. He supports the development and implementation of research for the Link Up and HIV Core programs. The studies under these programs examine the sexual and reproductive health needs of young people and vulnerable populations in order to offer greater freedom of choice in family planning and improve HIV-related outcomes. He joined the Council in 2013.
Earlier, Zieman was operations manager for The Carter Center in South Sudan, where he directed logistical support for nine field offices and eight in-patient Guinea worm disease (GWD) case management facilities. Zieman and his team achieved a 68 percent reduction in GWD during his tenure. He was also mass drug administration coordinator for the Malaria Consortium.
Zieman holds an MPH in global health systems development from Tulane University.