Aubrey Weber, MPH, serves as a Technical Officer II for Research Utilization in the Global Health & Population Research operating unit at FHI 360. She has more than eight years of experience spanning global, nonprofit, public health, research, communications, education, editorial, and journalistic settings.
Weber's areas of expertise include digital engagement, writing and editing, virtual learning and adaptation, knowledge management, and basic graphic design. To date, her work has focused predominantly on the global health and development, HIV prevention, care, and treatment; family planning and contraceptive technology; self-care; and social norms sectors.
Most recently, Weber's work includes project managing and leading the development and production of in-person to virtual adaptations of an HIV prevention trainers’ workshop; creating and facilitating a project-based digital engagement training series on virtual competencies, social media, and writing and dissemination skills; consulting on and contributing to digital engagement, research utilization, and communications strategies; and building, monitoring, and managing social media work plans for global projects with a combined following of more than 58,000 individuals across platforms. Since 2016, she has published more than 30 blog posts on 10 websites and in two print and e-magazines.
Weber has a Master of Public Health (MPH) degree with a concentration in health policy and ethics from Creighton University and a Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree in journalism and sociology from Gonzaga University.