Andrew Agle


Andy Agle was an international tropical medicine expert and child survival advocate. He served as the chief of party for BASICS II in Nigeria from 2000 until 2004, working tirelessly to improve children’s survival and health. Andy’s career started at the CDC, where he spent 27 years focusing on, among other things, smallpox eradication. He went on to become the executive director of the Carter Center’s Global 2000 Program, and finally came to JSI, where he worked until the time of his death.