Stephen Lee, MD
Senior Director, Country Management and Support
Dr. Stephen Lee manages the development and implementation of programs that provide prevention, care, and treatment services to individuals affected and infected by HIV/AIDS. His areas of expertise are HIV care, treatment, and support; antiretroviral therapy; integration and linkage of health services; and community mobilization and involvement. Prior to joining EGPAF, Dr. Lee acted as senior advisor for HIV/AIDS care and treatment in the Bureau of Global Health at USAID. There, he supported HIV/AIDS care and treatment program development, evaluated existing HIV/AIDS programs and policies, and analyzed HIV/AIDS research. Additionally, he worked as an HIV/AIDS infectious disease advisor for USAID, focusing on disease prevention and monitoring throughout Europe and Eurasia. Dr. Lee has a bachelor’s degree in biology from Baylor University, a degree in medicine from Emory University School of Medicine, and a post graduate diploma in health systems management from the University of London, School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.