Senior Program Officer, NCDs, PATH
Roshini George, is Senior Program Officer for noncommunicable diseases (NCDs) at PATH and supports the strategic direction, technical capacity, and implementation of PATH’s NCD portfolio in low and middle income countries including Ghana, Kenya, Uganda, India, and Vietnam with projects including improving access to hypertension and diabetes diagnosis and care; availability of affordable essential medicines and technologies for NCDs, and capacity building to support NCD care within communities. Roshini also supports PATH’s work as Secretariat for the Coalition for Access to NCD Medicines and Products, a global multisectoral Coalition focused on addressing access barriers to essential medicines and products for NCDs.
Roshini has over 18 years experience in NCDs and prior to PATH, was National Vice President of the Health Promotions department at the American Cancer Society. Roshini has also worked as an independent consultant focusing on global public health issues such as poverty alleviation and market sustainability. Prior to public health, Roshini’s experience includes product management with Data Niche (IMS Health) and pharmaceutical consulting with PricewaterhouseCoopers.
Roshini has a Masters in English Literature from Northern Illinois University, an MBA from Kellogg Business School, Northwestern University, and an MPH from the Bloomberg School of Public Health, Johns Hopkins University.