Jennifer Katz, Director of External Affairs, GARDP
Jennifer Katz has 20 years of experience in resource mobilization, policy advocacy, and project management in public health. She earned a Master of Health Services Administration from the University of Michigan School of Public Health and a dual undergraduate degree in Public Health and Psychology from the University of Rochester.
She currently serves as the Director of Development with responsibility for raising EUR 270M in public and private support. Jennifer has worked with DNDi since 2005 holding several positions including Senior Advisor for Policy & Development and Interim Regional Executive Director for DNDi North America, as well as Head of Fundraising for DNDi, managing DNDi‘s overall fundraising strategy to secure support from public and private donors. Prior to working with DNDi, Jennifer served as Fundraising Officer for the Association for the Prevention of Torture in Geneva, Switzerland. From 1998 until 2004, she held various positions with the University of Massachusetts Medical School (UMMS), working on issues related to access to health insurance and services for low-income and special populations in Massachusetts, as well as managing the finance and operations of the Center for Health Policy & Research at UMMS.