Managing Director, Health Global Access Project (Health GAP)
Jamila Headley is managing director of the Health Global Access Project (Health GAP), an advocacy organization dedicated to ensuring global access to affordable life-sustaining medicines for all people living with HIV. Before joining Health GAP, she served as a program officer with the Open Society Foundations’ Public Health Program. Headley has conducted research on the development of the HIV response in the Caribbean, the politics of priority-setting in the health sector, the impact of trade agreements on health policy and access to medicines, and the role of North-South civil society partnerships in influencing powerful global health institutions. She is a Rhodes Scholarship recipient.