Georgina is a Programme Manager at the International HIV/AIDS Alliance, a global partnership of nationally-based, independent civil society organizations dedicated to ending AIDS through community action on HIV, health and human rights. At the Alliance, Georgina is providing technical and project management leadership to projects in seven African countries, ensuring young people have access to quality and integrated sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) and HIV services. Prior to joining the Alliance, Georgina worked with several community-based organizations to support people living with HIV and their communities on HIV and SRHR issues. As the programme manager at the Global Network of People Living with HIV (GNP+), Georgina supported networks of people living with HIV to share experiences and build their research and advocacy skills to access prevention and treatment information and services. Georgina is Ghanaian/British and lives in Cape Town. She studied at the Institute of Political Studies in Bordeaux and holds a bachelor’s degree in Politics and French from the University of Warwick and a master’s degree in Development Studies from the University of Manchester. She chairs the Access Committee of the International Partnership for Microbicides and the ViiV Positive Action for Girls Board.