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Director Mary Lyn Field-Nguer

Mary Lyn Field-Nguer is an HIV/AIDS expert with more than 35 years of experience supporting international and domestic health programs, including clinical service delivery, prevention and treatment, and health commodity supply chain management. Ms. Field-Nguer brings more than 20 years of experience managing multi-country HIV/AIDS programs in Africa, Asia, and Latin America, with extensive experience collaborating with USAID, the United Nations, WHO, Global Fund, Clinton Health Access Initiative, UNICEF, PEPFAR, Elizabeth Glazer Pediatric AIDS Foundation, government ministries of health, universities, and the private sector on HIV/AIDS activities. She has recruited, formed, and supervised teams of more than 55 staff and consultants at headquarters and in 15 country offices for HIV/AIDS programs funded by USAID, CDC, and other donors. Ms. Field-Nguer has a M.S.N. in family nursing and a B.S. in nursing.


Blog Posts by Mary Lyn Field-Nguer

3 Questions with Mary Lyn Field-Nguer: Transitions in How We Prevent and Treat HIV

1. What supply chain challenges inhibit universal access to HIV/AIDS prevention, treatment and care? The treatment of people with HIV presents unique challenges. Even once people are on treatment, they must be monitored to be sure the drugs are effective in decreasing the person’s viral load. WHO guidelines supported under the President’s Emergency Plan for…

Achieving 90-90-90 – with Lessons from the 90s

Last week I sat in a workshop about expanding access to treatment for all people living with HIV, regardless of their clinical stage or CD4 count, and remembered my early years working on HIV programs in sub-Saharan Africa. As I reflected on how far we’ve come, I thought about some of the biggest lessons I…