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Lisa A. Rotondo

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Deputy Technical Director

Local Address: Washington, District of Columbia, United States
Research Triangle Institute
3040 Cornwallis Road
Rtp , North Carolina 27709
United States

Company Description: RTI International is an independent nonprofit research organization dedicated to conducting research and development that improves the human condition. With a staff...   more
Background

Employment History

Education

  • MPH
  • Master of Public Health , International Community Development
    Emory University
  • bachelor of arts degree , Health Sciences and Psychology
    Kalamazoo College
  • Bachelor of Arts , Health Sciences and Psychology
    Kalamazoo College
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Web References
Editor's note: Last week, ITI ...
www.trachoma.org, 25 Oct 2011 [cached]
Editor's note: Last week, ITI Director Danny Haddad announced that Deputy Director Lisa Rotondo is leaving ITI to become Deputy Director of the Neglected Tropical Disease Program at Research Triangle Institute (RTI International) in Washington, D.C.
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We asked Lisa to reflect on her new job.
Lisa Rotondo - International Trachoma Initiative | The Task Force for Global Health
taskforce.org, 31 Mar 2011 [cached]
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Lisa Rotondo - International Trachoma Initiative Associate Director 325 Swanton Way Decatur Georgia 30030 404-592-1478 404-371-1138
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As Associate Director for ITI at the Task Force, Lisa Rotondo is a primary representative for the organization and serves as the liaison to all collaborating partners at the local, national, regional, and international levels. She manages the day-to-day project and financial operations of ITI, assesses progress, and develops strategies and communications for all programs. In addition, Ms. Rotondo oversees the continued development of the basic design, structure, and operations needed for implementing the SAFE strategy to eliminate blinding trachoma.
Ms. Rotondo has over eight years of public health program management and evaluation experience, with an emphasis on neglected tropical disease programs in Africa. Prior to joining ITI, Ms. Rotondo served for four years as the Assistant Director of the Trachoma Control Program at the Carter Center/Global 2000. In that role, she monitored and evaluated operations for a six-country, $9 million/year program, planning and strategizing with Ministry of Health staff in each country as well as with local and international partners. Through those intense collaborations, the program was able to annually reach 8,000 communities with health education, 13.5 million persons with mass drug distribution, 32,000 persons with eyelid surgery, and 580,000 households with latrines. From 2003 to 2004, Ms. Rotondo was Resident Technical Advisor for the Carter Center?s Guinea Worm Eradication Program in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso. She helped to achieve a 78% reduction in Guinea Worm cases during her yearlong tenure.
Ms. Rotondo previously served in the U.S. Peace Corps as a Community Health Development Volunteer focusing on Guinea worm eradication in Burkina Faso. While completing her Master of Public Health in International Community Development at Emory University, she interned in Atlanta at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Carter Center/Global 2000 and in Senegal at Plan International. Ms. Rotondo has also worked in Ethiopia, Ghana, Mali, Niger, Nigeria, Sudan and Southern Sudan. She holds a Bachelor of Arts with dual studies in Health Sciences and Psychology from Kalamazoo College in Michigan.
Staff | International Trachoma Initiative
www.trachoma.org, 7 July 2011 [cached]
Lisa A. Rotondo, MPH, Deputy Director
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Lisa A. Rotondo, MPH, Deputy Director
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As Deputy Director for ITI, Lisa Rotondo is a primary representative for the organization and serves as the liaison to all collaborating partners at the local, national, regional, and international levels. She manages the day-to-day project and financial operations of ITI, assesses progress, and develops strategies and communications for all programs. In addition, Ms. Rotondo oversees the continued development of the basic design, structure, and operations needed for implementing the SAFE strategy to eliminate blinding trachoma.
Ms. Rotondo has over ten years of public health program management and evaluation experience, with an emphasis on neglected tropical disease programs in Africa. Prior to joining ITI, Ms. Rotondo was the assistant director of the Trachoma Control Program at the Carter Center. In that role, she monitored and evaluated operations for a six-country, $9 million/year program, planning and strategizing with Ministry of Health staff in each country as well as with local and international partners. From 2003 to 2004, Ms. Rotondo was resident technical advisor for the Carter Center's Guinea Worm Eradication Program in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso. She helped to achieve a 78% reduction in Guinea Worm cases during her yearlong tenure.
Ms. Rotondo previously served in the U.S. Peace Corps focusing on Guinea worm eradication in Burkina Faso. While completing her Master of Public Health in International Community Development at Emory University, she interned in Atlanta at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Carter Center, and in Senegal at Plan International. Ms. Rotondo has worked in Ethiopia, Ghana, Mali, Niger, Nigeria, Sudan and Southern Sudan. She holds a bachelor of arts degree with dual studies in Health Sciences and Psychology from Kalamazoo College in Michigan.
Lisa Rotondo Deputy Director ...
beta.taskforce.org, 10 Feb 2012 [cached]
Lisa Rotondo Deputy Director
An official opening ceremony was held ...
ntd.rti.org, 24 July 2012 [cached]
An official opening ceremony was held with remarks from Said Mohammed Ali, Director PHL-IdC, Lorenzo Savioli, Director for the Department of Control for NTDs at WHO, Dr. Sira Ubwa Mamboya, Deputy Minister of Health for Zanzibar, Francesco Rio, Team Leader for Media & Capacity Building at WHO and Lisa Rotondo, Deputy Technical Director for ENVISION at RTI International.
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