Senior Vice President, Global Health
Julie Becker is currently the senior vice president of Chemonics’ Global Health Division where she leads the division’s strategy and growth and its work in health systems strengthening, HIV, malaria and private sector engagement, among other areas. Ms. Becker has more than 30 years of global health experience in the nonprofit and private sectors, and has worked on the ground in sub-Saharan Africa, Asia, Latin America, the Caribbean, and the US. Prior to Chemonics, she served as an executive vice president at Rabin Martin, where she led the firm’s program practice and vaccine work, primarily supporting private sector companies and the Gates Foundation. Ms. Becker also directed a team leading the design of a portfolio of investments for Merck for Mothers, a large-scale corporate responsibility initiative to reduce the burden of maternal mortality around the world. Earlier in her career, she led vaccine preparedness across five countries for the International AIDS Vaccine Initiative, and a portfolio of innovative country and global programs to integrate HIV and family planning/maternal health at EngenderHealth and IPPF. Ms. Becker has a Sc.M. in public health, behavioral science from the Harvard School of Public Health.