Dora Maradiaga has been a Senior Policy Associate at the Guttmacher Institute since 2022. She oversees Guttmacher’s work on sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) policy at the federal level, with a specific focus on US foreign policy. Ms. Maradiaga represents Guttmacher in advocacy and outreach activities with Congress, government agencies, coalition partners and other organizations that work on access to care for abortion, contraception and comprehensive SRHR in low- and middle-resources settings.
Ms. Maradiaga brings considerable expertise in global health policy and advocacy strategy. Her main focus is translating technical analysis into simple terms with an economic lens to engage a range of stakeholders in policy strategy, development and implementation. Before joining Guttmacher, Ms. Maradiaga worked closely with UN missions, government agencies and a range of stakeholders to elevate gender equity, health and climate change in the UN development agenda to bolster financial mechanisms and commitments. Ms. Maradiaga holds a bachelor’s degree in economics from Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana in Mexico City and a master’s degree in health, population and society from The London School of Economics and Political Science. She is originally from Guerrero, Mexico.
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