Genevieve is the Associate Director of Programs for the International Trachoma Initiative, an organization of Task Force for Global Health. Genevieve provides program support and technical assistance to Francophone and Latin American countries implementing the SAFE Strategy to prevent trachoma, the world’s leading infectious cause of blindness. She also coordinates the Réseau Africain Francophone des Experts de Trachome (RAFET), a Francophone network for trachoma experts that shares progress in research, challenges with implementation, and best practices for eliminating trachoma. Before joining ITI, Genevieve worked as a surveillance epidemiologist at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, where she supported a variety of projects including research on WASH in health care facilities in Mali and Cameroon. Prior to CDC she served as a Peace Corps volunteer in the West region of Cameroon. Her previous work experience also includes studying bed net efficacy within the Entomology branch at CDC, tracking the expansion of Aedes aegypti mosquitoes in the Peruvian Amazon, and researching West Nile Virus transmission in Atlanta. Genevieve holds a Master of Public Health in Global Environmental Health from Emory University and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology from the University of New Hampshire.