Martha Brady

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"Martha Brady, MS, leads PATH’s Reproductive Health Program... Before joining PATH in 2016, Ms. Brady worked with the Population Council, most recently as as senior associate, focused on improving the health and well-being of girls and young women. Other roles with the Population Council include directing the Expanding Contraceptive Choice Program, aimed at facilitating access and uptake of contraceptive products in public- and private-sector markets, and leading access-related work on multipurpose prevention technologies, microbicides, and antiretroviral-based prevention for women. She began her work on early clinical trials of the first contraceptive implant.

"Ms. Brady has codirected a global implementation science program aimed at building the evidence base on cross-sector programming for adolescent girls, and she led a recent evidence review for and coauthored Investing When it Counts: Reviewing the Evidence and Charting a Course of Research and Action for Young Adolescents. Ms. Brady is also a valued member of several interagency working groups, consortia, and coalitions working in the global health arena."[1]

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  1. Executive leadership, Program for Appropriate Technology in Health, accessed May 3, 2020.