As deputy project director, Temple helps to oversee the Expanding Effective Contraceptive Options (EECO) Project, a $21 million USAID project implemented by Woman Care Global, Population Services International and other partners.
Temple is a long-time employee of PSI and currently serves as the organization’s technical lead for new methods of contraception, as well as lead for multipurpose technologies for HIV prevention and contraception.
She has over eleven years of experience in international development and global health, including program design and implementation; new business development and grant writing; staff management; budgeting/financial management; product launch; and monitoring and evaluation.
Temple currently serves on the advisory board of the California Institute of Integral Studies’ Public Programs and Performances. She was also a founding board member of A Child for All, a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives of orphans and vulnerable children in Mali. Temple also served as a Peace Corps volunteer in Mali.
Temple holds a bachelor’s in foreign service from Georgetown University and a master’s in public administration from Columbia University. She also speaks French and Spanish.