Julia

Roberts

Vice President, Global Fundraising and Communications

PSI Global

As Vice President of Global Fundraising and Communications, Julia Roberts 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 and 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 and 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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