Gender and Health Specialist II
Elizabeth Stones supports EnCompass’ technical assistance and evaluation work through resource development, evaluation, and training to integrate gender in health programming. She has 7 years of experience providing program management and technical assistance for gender integration, reproductive health, family planning, HIV/AIDS, and violence prevention programs in Sub-Saharan Africa, Latin America, and the Caribbean. Before joining EnCompass, she was a public health analyst at RTI International, managing HIV seroprevalence and behavioral risk studies in West Africa and providing technical support to global health research and technical assistance projects including a multi-country Zika in pregnancy study and a health system strengthening program in Guinea. As a program analyst at Global Communities, she provided support to PEPFAR programming in Rwanda, including technical assistance for the start-up of DREAMS-like activities. She also served as a gender, sexual health, and English educator for Peace Corps Rwanda.
Ms. Stones holds an MPH in Women’s and Reproductive Health from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. She speaks fluent English and French.