Beth Pulawski

Beth has worked in global health and development for over 15 years, with an emphasis on strategic advocacy and policy change efforts. She has deep knowledge of tobacco control, non-communicable diseases, urban agriculture and food systems, and extensive experience with strategic planning, grant analysis, messaging, and monitoring, learning, and evaluation, and fundraising.

Since joining Global Health Visions as a senior consultant in 2021 and previously as consultant from 2010-2015, Beth has provided strategic guidance to clients in the areas of COVID, tobacco control, HIV/AIDS, as well as in cross-cutting realms such as civil society capacity building, monitoring, learning and evaluation, and accountability systems. During this time, she has worked extensively for the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, advising and supporting a range of teams and initiatives in reaching their policy, advocacy, and communications objectives.

Prior to rejoining GHV, Beth was an interim senior program officer at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, and consulted for the UN Population Fund (UNFPA), Montclair State University, Sports Illustrated, and others.  Beth is also the director of Montclair Community Farms.

Beth holds a Master of International Affairs from Columbia University's School of International and Public Affairs, and a Bachelor of Science in International Business from Fairfield University.