Dr. Constance Carrino brings 40 years of experience as a leader, innovator, and policy advisor in international health and foreign aid. At present, she works with program leaders to evaluate and improve complex development programs and foreign aid policies in a wide range of international health areas, e.g. health systems strengthening, infectious disease, and reproductive and maternal health. She leads teams conducting program evaluations and strategic assessments for regional and worldwide programs, most of which include stakeholder and management reviews.
Among her previous roles, Carrino is a former senior foreign service officer with the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) with leadership positions as director for the office of HIV/AIDS and deputy principal for the Presidents’ Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR), counselor for international development for the US Embassy to Japan, and director of social sector restructuring at USAID Russia and co-chair of the US-Russia maternal and child health subcommittee. She holds a doctor of philosophy in economics with a national security policy degree and overseas experience in 28 countries.