Chief of party, Central America HIV Care and Treatment Project and regional director, Central America
Yadira Villaseñor is a talented medical professional with nearly 30 years of experience in the design and implementation of public health interventions in Central America, including service delivery, training clinicians, and ensuring quality and performance improvement.
Her expertise includes applying interventions that encourage community involvement in preventing and treating HIV/AIDS and reducing maternal mortality. Villaseñor’s approach to family planning and HIV prevention incorporates innovative gender and stigma reduction initiatives. She holds an MD and an organizational development master's degree.