Director of Knowledge Management and Structural Interventions, HIV Division
Rose Wilcher is the Director of Knowledge Management and Structural Interventions for HIV programs at FHI 360 and a member of the senior management team for the LINKAGES and Meeting Targets and Maintaining Epidemic Control (EpiC) projects. Rose has been at FHI 360 for 18 years, during which she has provided technical leadership and management oversight to HIV and reproductive health projects, with a focus on translating evidence into policy and practice. She has experience implementing a range of research-to-practice strategies, including stakeholder engagement, advocacy, development of evidence-based programmatic resources, capacity building, and provision of technical assistance to global and national partners. Rose also provides technical assistance to programs on the use of evidence-based gender integration strategies and co-chairs the Gender-based Violence Task Force of USAID’s Interagency Gender Working Group. Rose has published extensively in the peer-reviewed literature on topics addressing family planning, HIV prevention and care for women and key populations, and gender integration.
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