Julia Greenberg is the director of governance and financing at the Open Society Public Health Program, where she leads work on leveraging global financing for health and human rights and challenging harmful influences on health-related policy making.
Greenberg has worked in public health grant making, advocacy, and community development for over a decade. Before joining Open Society, she was a founding partner of The Fremont Center, where she advised a diverse group of clients, including the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria, the Ford Foundation, and the International Treatment Preparedness Coalition, on program, advocacy, and fundraising strategies. Previously, she worked as the director of the grants department at American Jewish World Service (AJWS), where she developed a grant-making program that supported 350 community organizations across Africa, Asia, and Latin America working at the intersection of development, public health, and human rights. As the associate director of AIDS-Free World, she spearheaded advocacy efforts to combat the homophobia and discriminatory laws fueling the HIV epidemic in Jamaica.
Greenberg serves as a member of the board constituency of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria and as a board member of Funders Concerned about AIDS.