Shawn

Malone

Project Director, HIV/AIDS (Gates Project), South Africa

PSI Global

Shawn Malone leads a portfolio of projects in South Africa aimed at reaching more men with HIV prevention, testing and treatment by applying socio-behavioral research and human-centered design to better understand and address individual, social and structural barriers to services.

Shawn was previously Regional Director-Southern Africa for FHI 360, with responsibility for twenty projects across eight countries, primarily in the area of HIV but also including TB, maternal and child health, nutrition, education and economic strengthening. He also worked with Pact in South Africa as Program Director for a USAID-funded grants management and capacity development project, in partnership with more than 60 NGO and CBO PEPFAR implementing partners, and in Thailand as Deputy Chief of Party on a key populations project.

He holds a master’s degree in public policy from Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government and a bachelor’s degree from Georgetown’s Walsh School of Foreign Service.

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