Kim’s work focuses on advocacy and policy change to ensure access to affordable and quality reproductive and maternal health supplies. She has been working in the area of reproductive health programming and policy for the last five years.  Prior to joining PAI, Kim served in Peace Corps Cameroon as a community health educator, and worked on family planning policy issues in USAID’s Office of Population and Reproductive Health.  She holds a master’s in public health from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and an undergraduate degree in public policy from Duke University.

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Why We Care (And Why You Should, Too)

Recently, PAI President and CEO Suzanne Ehlers was featured by the United Nation Foundation’s Why We Care campaign, a platform for individuals to share their journeys to becoming champions for international reproductive health. In her essay, Suzanne talks about formative Peace … Continue Reading