Orrin Tiberi, MPH

Orrin earned his MPH at the University of Pittsburgh with certificates in Global Health and LGBT Health and Wellness. He is an alumni of Global Health Corps Uganda, a Returned Peace Corps Ecuador Volunteer, and a current ASPPH/CDC Global Health Fellow based at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Maputo Mozambique with the Division of Global HIV and TB.  His experience in the global health arena has reinforced his vision that health should be a right, not a privilege, and he works every day to make that a reality. In his current job, Orrin provides HIV related technical assistance to Centers for Disease Control, the U.S. President’s Emergency Fund for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) implementing partners, and the Mozambican Ministry of Health in informatics and data visualization, including GIS mapping for disease prevention and control.  In his role he works to increase database interoperability, standardization, and use to increase program efficiencies and impact. He also maintains a database of all 3000 health facilities in the country of Mozambique, which includes testing, treatment, and usage data.