Director of Global Health
Daren Trudeau is a global health professional with almost two decades of experience living and working in Sub-Saharan Africa, Latin America, and Eastern Europe. Most recently, as the Deputy Country Director for Jhpiego (an affiliate of Johns Hopkins University) in Mozambique, Daren oversaw technical, operational, and strategic activities on projects funded by USAID, CDC, and DOD.
Daren has worked on donor-funded health system strengthening, HIV/AIDS, maternal/child health, and family planning projects with IntraHealth International in North Carolina, St. Francis Xavier University’s Coady Institute in Nova Scotia, Georgetown University in Washington, DC, and the Queen’s University Family Medicine Project in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Daren has demonstrated excellence in a range of areas including project administration, capacity building, advocacy, behavior change communication, monitoring and evaluation, use of research to inform policy, m-health, and geographic information systems (GIS).
Daren, his wife Emily, and their sons Alex and Will have recently returned to North Carolina after living in Mozambique for three years. They will miss swimming in the Indian Ocean but are always up for another adventure.