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Elizabeth Rowley
Dr. Elizabeth Rowley
Dr. Elizabeth Rowley
is a gender and gender based violence (GBV) expert with more than 15 years of experience across Africa, Latin America, and Asia.  She currently works within PATH’s HIV & TB program area, focusing on quantitative and qualitative research and evaluation activities.  Her work includes leading an impact evaluation of Tostan’s Community Empowerment Program measuring levels of intimate partner violence, women’s empowerment and agency, and support for (in)equitable gender norms in Senegal.  She is also working on a review of PEPFAR’s Gender-Based Violence Initiative in the DRC through the AIDSFree project, and provides technical support on a variety of gender assessments and related research.  

She has extensive experience in developing GBV prevention and response strategies, designing and implementing quantitative and qualitative research, and facilitating stakeholder discussions regarding GBV and gender topics, and has consulted for a wide range of UN agencies, NGOs, and foundations.  

Much of her earlier experience has been in humanitarian contexts including South Sudan, Uganda, Tanzania, Sierra Leone, Liberia, and Haiti.  

Dr. Rowley received her doctorate in public health from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, where she studied conflict, sexual violence and early marriage in southern Sudanese refugee and Ugandan host communities.


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