Sharonann Lynch is a co-director of the Center for Global Health Policy & Politics at the O’Neill Institute.

Lynch has worked for 25 years in the global health field. Prior to O’Neill, Lynch worked with Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) for 15 years, including four years in MSF projects in southern Africa and as the senior HIV and TB policy advisor, influencing the policies of national governments, donors, pharmaceutical corporations, diagnostic companies, and other global health actors towards sustainable access to medical innovations.

Prior to MSF, Lynch was a founding member of Health Global Access Project (GAP) and its director of international advocacy. She currently serves as alternate board member for the NGO delegation to Unitaid, on the UNAIDS Advisory Group, and the Boards of Health GAP and TB Europe Coalition.

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