Vaccine Diplomacy in Latin America and the Caribbean: The Importance of U.S. Engagement
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Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Western Hemisphere AffairsU.S. Department of StateWashington , D.C.
Acting Assistant Administrator, Bureau for Latin America and the CaribbeanUnited States Agency for International DevelopmentWashington , D.C.
Director of the Collaborative Group for Health Equity in Latin America (CHELA)Tulane UniversityNew Orleans , LA
Senior FellowCenter for American ProgressWashington , D.C.
Senior Vice PresidentCenter for Strategic and International Studies