Carolyn Gibb Vogel, MPH, joined Population Action International in 1997 and has served as the Chief Operating Officer since 2009. She is responsible for bringing together PAI’s programmatic and operational work, organizational effectiveness, strategic and annual planning, and facilitates all aspects of coordinated work across programs. Prior to this, she served as PAI’s Vice President for Programs and Acting Director of the Research Department where her work focused on reproductive health supplies, population and the environment, and donor financing innovations. She served as the project manager for the Supply Initiative from 2004-2007, including directing the Initiative’s Brussels Office. She is active in the Reproductive Health Supplies Coalition, the Maternal Health Taskforce, and founded an ongoing peer network group of senior operations executives of international organizations. She has published reports, policy briefs and Op-Eds for PAI and regularly serves as a facilitator or panelist at key professional conferences and workshops. She is a graduate of the University of Michigan and holds a masters degree in public health from Columbia University. Prior to joining PAI, she worked at John Snow, Incorporated in program management and evaluation of USAID-funded family planning programs, working with projects in Zimbabwe, Kenya, Turkey, Russia, and Jordan, among other countries. She also attended the University of Dakar in Senegal and served as a Peace Corps Nutrition Volunteer in Niger.