Aubrey Weber is a Technical Officer in the Research Utilization division of Global Health & Population Research at FHI 360. Her range of experience spans global, nonprofit, editorial, research, education, communications and journalistic settings. Her areas of expertise include digital engagement, knowledge management, writing and editing, and social media related to global health and development, HIV and AIDS, family planning and contraceptive technology, and social and gender norms.
Before joining FHI 360, Weber discovered a passion for global health during her experience as a computer teacher in Zambezi, Zambia and a hospital child care center volunteer in Saigon, Vietnam. In Zambia, she created original lesson plans for basic and intermediate computer and photography classes and also participated in teaching HIV prevention education to local adolescents at their schools. In Vietnam, Weber worked with the mentally disabled children of Agent Orange victims to improve eye contact, hand/eye coordination and general cognitive function.
Weber has a Bachelor’s (B.A.) degree in Journalism and Sociology from Gonzaga University and a Master of Public Health (MPH) degree from Creighton University.