Julia

Roberts

Vice President, Global Fundraising

PSI, Global

As Vice President of Global Fundraising & Communications, Julia oversees institutional donor, corporate, philanthropic, major gifts and annual giving portfolios as well as external communications — and brings over twenty years of experience in public health programming. Most recently, Julia served as Vice President of Latin America & Asia, having first joined PSI as the Caribbean Country Representative based in Trinidad & Tobago. Prior to her work with PSI, Julia served as an ORISE Fellow for the Center of Disease Control, a Population Health & Nutrition Officer for USAID and a Peace Corps Volunteer in Guyana.

Julia holds an MPH from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health with a focus on International Development and a secondary focus on Health Care Administration. She also holds a Bachelors of Science in Biology and a Minor in Chemistry from Pacific Lutheran University.


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