Ramatoulie Jallow

Ramatoulie is a passionate community health advocate and public health professional with over eight years of experience in advocacy, program management, and behavioral science research. Her areas of expertise include community health promotion, outbreak disease surveillance, Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR), and HIV/AIDS program implementation.

Prior to joining GHV as a Senior Consultant, Ramatoulie worked as a Program Officer with the Global Network of People Living with HIV (GNP+), where she worked on the LoveAlliance project,  a 5-year program committed to protecting and promoting SRHR globally and bringing together key populations and communities of people living with HIV (PLHIV). She also worked as a Stigma Index Researcher at GNP+, providing technical assistance and capacity building to in-country partners implementing the PLHIV Stigma Index 2.0 tool. Ramatoulie began her career working in HIV/AIDS as an HIV/AIDS case manager in Minnesota, U.S.A, before serving as a Global Health Corps fellow with the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation (EGPAF) in Kigali, Rwanda. She later joined the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), supporting the surveillance of the Ebola epidemic and supplementary immunization activities (SIAs) for polio eradication in Guinea. As a Consultant, Ramatoulie has worked on various projects in the USA and across West and Central Africa, including women’s empowerment, demographic dividend in the Sahel, and youth access to family planning services.

Ramatoulie holds an MPH in Community Health Promotion, with an interdisciplinary focus on global health, from the University of Minnesota, and a dual B.A. in Biology and French from the College of Saint Catherine, Minnesota. Ramatoulie is a Pan African Women in Health champion and mentor.