Caitlin Goggin

Deputy Country Director, Zambia

Saint Mary’s University, MA

Biography

Caitlin Goggin, Deputy Country Director of the Zambia Country Program, Center for Global Health & Development, holds an MA in international development studies from Saint Mary’s University, Halifax, Canada, a BA with honors in political science and international relations from Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada, and a Certificate in Adult Education from Saint Francis Xavier University, Antigonish, Canada. Her international work experience includes Kazakhstan and Zambia, where she has been working for the CGHD for 5 years. Ms. Goggin has previous experience working with the Canadian government on international disability rights issues as well as experience in the academic setting contributing to the management of international development projects and internships. As Deputy Country Director of the CGHD Zambia Country Program, Ms. Goggin contributes to operations management, in particular overseeing finances, human resources, an internship program, project-specific local logistics/administration, as well as managing relationships with local partners. Additionally, Ms. Goggin oversees a large service-delivery portfolio focused on the provision of prevention of mother-to-child transmission services (PMTCT), in Zambia’s Southern Province. This program currently supports over 180 health facilities and provides PMTCT services to over 60,000 women, their children, and their families each year. Ms. Goggin is conversant in French.