Senior Consultant, U.S.
Juli Powers has nearly 20 years of experience in capacity building and program management. Juli has designed and delivered training curricula for diverse audiences throughout her career focused on monitoring and evaluation; HIV and STD prevention, care, and treatment; maternal/child health; reproductive health; and life skills for youth. For the last 12 years at JSI, Juli has provided technical assistance and training to support state, territorial, and local health departments; community-based organizations; and Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program (RWHAP) recipients to forge strategic partnerships, build organizational capacity, use data to support the HIV care continuum and improve health outcomes, and enhance integrated HIV prevention and care program implementation. She currently serves as the targeted TA lead for the Integrated HIV/AIDS Planning Technical Assistance Center, spearheading efforts to support RWHAP and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recipients and their planning bodies to implement and monitor integrated HIV prevention and care plans. She previously served as the project director for the CDC-funded capacity-building assistance project, CBA@JSI, and oversaw work to support the implementation of scalable, sustainable, cost-effective high-impact HIV prevention programs. Juli holds an MPH with a concentration in global reproductive health and population studies from the Rollins School of Public Health at Emory University.