|Names||Organization||Country of Work|
|Deliana Garcia (Board Member)||Migrants Clinicians Network||United States|
|Aaron Oxley||RESULTS UK||United Kingdom|
|David Bryden||RESULTS Education||United States|
|Olya Golichenko||Frontline AIDS||United Kingdom|
|Janika Hauser||RESULTS UK||United Kingdom|
|Katy Kydd Wright||International Civil Society Support||Canada|
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Board Member, Migrant Clinicians Networks
Deliana (Del) has worked for 30 years to meet the health care needs of migrant workers and other underserved mobile populations. With expertise in reproductive health, access to primary care, chronic care management and infectious disease control and prevention, Del is responsible for the development of MCN’s Health Network, a global system of bridge case management to provide continuity of care and health records transfer across international border for migrants. She serves as a liaison between the governmental and nongovernmental health organizations of the United States and other countries.
Aaron is the Executive Director of RESULTS UK, a citizen’s advocacy organization that creates the public and political will to end poverty. He began his career in development helping to build organizations in the developing world to provide the poor with access to financial services but moved into his current role over a decade ago. At RESULTS, Aaron has focussed on ensuring equitable access to health. TB has always been central to this as it’s a disease that disproportionately affects people living in poverty, both as a cause and consequence. He works to help ensure the fight against TB is well funded, and that the funds that are provided are spent in the best possible ways. As such, he’s had a long engagement with the Geneva-based health organizations such as the Global Fund, and WHO, and the Stop TB Partnership, whose board he sits on representing Developed Country civil society. At home, Aaron and RESULTS continue to push the UK Government to ensure TB is prioritized.
David Bryden is an advocate on global TB, AIDS and US foreign assistance issues. His work at RESULTS centers on coordinating US advocacy on TB and raising the visibility of TB as an issue of global concern. He co-chairs the TB Roundtable. In previous positions, he co-founded the Global AIDS Alliance and served as its Communications Director; and worked as an advocate on HIV/AIDS and TB at the Center for Global Health Policy at the Infectious Diseases Society of America. He holds a Masters Degree in International Politics from American University.
Olya has been working with Frontline AIDS and Alliance for Public Health in Ukraine since 2006. In her diverse roles, Olya worked on harm reduction advocacy in Ukraine, profiling HIV/AIDS within the global health agenda (as part of Action for Global Health UK Network), harm reduction and drug policy advocacy in Asia. In 2009-2010, she joined UNICEF Ukraine to work closely with the Ministry of Health on health systems strengthening and restoring public trust to immunization. She has a keen interest in self-care among activists as well as monitoring and evaluation of advocacy work. Olya studied political sociology, anthropology and international health.
Janika is the senior parliamentary advocacy officer for TB with RESULTS UK and acts as policy adviser to the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Global TB in the UK Parliament. She is the Secretary to the UK Academics and Professionals to End TB Network, which she helped co-found. She holds a BA in Politics and International Relations and an MSc in Human Security. She has worked on TB since 2014 with a number of organizations, including NGOs, UN agencies, and academic institutions.
KATY KYDD WRIGHT
Global Fund Advocates Network
Katy Kydd Wright is a Senior Policy Advisor and coordinates the Global Fund Advocates Network. Katy, who is based in Ottawa, Canada, spent close to a decade working for Canadian Parliamentarians in various roles at the House of Commons. Her work to introduce the first Canadian Access to Medicines regime, adopted in 2004, brought her into the field of community and civil society advocacy in global health. Katy was the Director of Campaigns at RESULTS Canada, where she led global health and poverty-related campaigns. In 2012, shortly after the formal launch of the Global Fund Advocates Network, Katy joined International Civil Society Support to coordinate GFAN and bring together voices to support a fully funded and effective Global Fund. GFAN hosted the Community and Civil Society Platform for the TB High-Level Meeting in 2018, and Katy has been a participant of the Developed Country NGO delegation to the Global Fund board since 2015. Katy joined the Developed Country NGO Delegation to the Stop TB Partnership Board in October 2019.