Co-Director, Center for HIV & Infectious Diseases, U.S.
Mira Levinson has been supporting federal, state, and local HIV and infectious disease programs for more than 25 years. She has overseen five national Health Resources and Services Administration HIV/AIDS Bureau cooperative agreements, including the Access, Care and Engagement Technical Assistance Center. She has also led multi-year monitoring and evaluation activities for at least 15 state and local programs, with a focus on HIV service delivery systems and substance use treatment and HIV prevention. Mira has directed the Infectious Disease Capacity Building: Policy Development, Evaluation, and Quality Improvement project for the Massachusetts Department of Public Health since 2015. Mira was also the subcontract lead on a study of the impact of the ACA on health outcomes for people living with HIV, and was a senior evaluator on the HRSA-funded study of the impact of Section 1115 Medicaid waivers on the RWHAP. Mira has an MPH from Columbia University School of Public Health.