Regional Project Director, Population Services International (PSI)
Beth Brogaard is a Regional Project Director at Population Services International (PSI) based Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire. She oversees a number of regional projects in francophone West and Central Africa (FWCA) focused on developing, implementing, and sustaining quality SRH programs and services for women and girls. She is also leading the implementation of PSI's FWCA regional strategic plan focused on youth-powered comprehensive SRH care. Beth speaks French, has a BA in French and International Management, and an MBA and MPA from Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey.
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