International Steering Committee (ISC)
Sigrun Møgedal is a former Norwegian Ambassador for Aids and Global Health Initiatives. After retirement she has been associated with the Norwegian Knowledge Centre for the Health Services as a Special Advisor. She attended medical school in Oslo and spent 12 years in primary health care and health service management in Nepal. Her broad areas of engagement have been in the HIV/AIDS response, human resources for health… read more
Craig McClure is the former Global AIDS Coordinator for UNICEF (2011-2016) and Executive Director of the International AIDS Society (2004-2009), the world’s leading independent association of HIV professionals. He has also worked at the World Health Organization leading the global HIV treatment programme and played a central role in the development of WHO’s “3 by 5” strategy – the global initiative to expand access to antiretroviral treatment for people living with HIV/AIDS in resource-limited settings… read more
Anne Skjelmerud is a social scientist who has worked with HIV related issues for more than 20 years, the last seven as a senior adviser on HIV in the Norwegian Development Agency, Norad. She has previously worked as an adviser and consultant, and has a particular interest in communities and civil society, participatory methodologies, key populations, gender issues and the role of faith based… read more
Erika Arthun is a Senior Program Officer on the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Global Policy & Advocacy team. In this role, she leads the strategy and grantmaking portfolio to increase political commitment to and funding for infectious disease programs and R&D particularly HIV and tuberculosis. Prior to joining the foundation, Erika was at williamsworks, a strategic advocacy consulting firm… read more
Will Niblett is the Team Leader of the AIDS & Reproductive Health Team at the UK Department for International Development (DFID). He leads the team responsible for policy on sexual, reproductive maternal, newborn and child health, as well as HIV and population issues. Will previously led the Water & Sanitation Team and the Department’s policy work on HIV and AIDS… read more
Sandra L. Thurman, M.A. is a renowned global advocate for key and vulnerable populations. For over 30 years, she has collaborated with a wide range of partners to advance development and management of HIV/AIDS programs and policies at the local, national, and global levels. While she is known most for her focus on HIV prevention, care and treatment, and policy, Ms. Thurman has made important contributions to polio eradication, women’s health, children’s health, and cancer prevention….read more
Kwaku Adomako is a first generation Canadian with both his parents from Ghana, West Africa. His work in the HIV/AIDS sector for the past 10 years reflects a passion for community mobilization, high-level policy impact, and fostering meaningful dialogues and action on the racialized aspects of HIV/AIDS. He completed a Masters of Science degree specializing in Gerontology at the University of Guelph…
Midnight Poonkasetwattana, based in Bangkok, has been the Executive Director of APCOM since May 2011. Besides his work in APCOM and being a civil society ISC member of the RCNF, Midnight is a member of various advisory committees, including the global IDAHOT committee and the Freedom House’s “Dignity for All”. Before joining APCOM, Midnight worked for Purple Sky Network where he engaged with MSM and transgender communities in the Greater Mekong areas. He previously supported the… read more
Marvelous Muchenje has spent the last seventeen years passionately involved in the HIV/AIDS movement. She is currently a Community Health Coordinator at Women’s Health in Women’s Hands CHC. A human rights activist engaged in supporting reforms and interventions that promote and protect human rights of all people, especially HIV positive women and children. She believes in human potential and that if HIV positive people are given the right nurturing and support they not only become good at what they are hired to do, but they can even achieve greatness, resulting in meaningful involvement of people living with HIV/AIDS. Diagnosed with HIV in 1995, she continues to participate passionately in various initiatives in the HIV… read more
Paul-Gilbert Colletaz lives in Edinburgh and has been working as Programme Manager for the Global Network of Sex Work Projects (NSWP) since May 2015. Paul-Gilbert has experience working with key population networks at international, regional and national levels. He particularly appreciates working with them to introduce systems strengthening their transparency and accountability to their members as well as improving systems to collect data and information from local and national level to be used in regional and global advocacy.
Paul-Gilbert is committed to putting Inadequately Served Populations and the promotion of their human rights at the centre of the response to the HIV epidemic.
Paul-Gilbert obtained his Licence Degree in British Literature and Civilisation from the Paris Sorbonne University (France) in 2011 and two Masters Degrees in International Relations and European Studies with a focus on Human Rights from the Universities of Strasbourg (France) and Udine (Italy) in 2013. Paul-Gilbert speaks English and French.
Dr. Christoforos Mallouris, is currently working as Civil Society Networking Adviser at UNAIDS since 2013 and is also the focal point on people who inject drugs and people living with HIV. Previously Chris was working as a consultant for the Social Justice 4 All consulting firm, based in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Chris served as the Director of Programmes at the Global Network of People Living with HIV (GNP+) from 2008 to 2011, during which time he oversaw and managed all programmatic and advocacy work of the organization… read more