Welcome our New Fellow, Margaret Reeves
February 3, 2011
Margaret Reeves is a research fellow in the CSIS Global Health Policy Center. She is experienced in conducting and promoting research on a variety of global health topics, including maternal and child health, reproductive health, and HIV/AIDS. Prior to joining CSIS, she was a senior program officer for Pact’s Community REACH Program, a $40-million grant-making and capacity-building project funded by PEPFAR. As a member of the senior management team, she oversaw the management of grants to local organizations implementing HIV/AIDS programs in Africa, Asia, and Latin America and developed partnerships with fellow organizations working to support sustainable development. She also previously acted as reproductive health/HIV/AIDS program adviser at the Futures Group, where she analyzed national policies impacting access to health services and worked with local partners and governments to implement policy change.
Ms. Reeves has authored and contributed to numerous publications on global health, including “Investing in People Living with HIV” (Pact/Futures Group, 2009), “South-to-South Collaboration in Response to HIV/AIDS” (Pact/Futures Group, 2008), “Understanding and Challenging Stigma toward Men Who Have Sex with Men” (Pact/ICRW, 2010), “Midwife Mapping Project in Ghana: Accessing and Retaining Healthcare Providers for Improved Maternal Health” (POLICY Project, 2006), “Are Cost Savings Incurred by Offering Family Planning Services at Emergency Plan HIV/AIDS Care and Treatment Facilities?” (Policy Project, 2006), and “POLICY Issues in Planning and Finance: Ensuring Contraceptive Security for HIV-Positive Women” (POLICY Project, 2005). Ms. Reeves holds an M.P.A., with a concentration in international development management, from the George Washington University and a B.A. from Kenyon College.