As project manager in the Corporate Affairs Division, Rebecca Brodsky works on a variety of issues that span the Council, including knowledge management, policy development, the internal and external websites, and other key initiatives. She is a member of the Intellectual Asset Management team, which oversees the Council’s portfolio of technologies and relationships with pharmaceutical companies. Brodsky also is a deputy member of the board of trustees of the International Contraceptive Access Foundation.
Most recently, Brodsky was director of programs at the Touch Foundation, a new organization dedicated to addressing the global health workforce shortage. She was a program coordinator for the Averting Maternal Death and Disability program at the Mailman School of Public Health at Columbia University and served two years in the Peace Corps as a community educator. Brodsky has experience in fundraising and communications programs through her work with US- and Canada-based nonprofit organizations. She has lived and/or worked in The Gambia, Uganda, and Tanzania. Brodsky received a master's of public health degree from Columbia University, and she has a B.A. from Oberlin College, where she majored in biology.
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