Taylor Williamson is an international public health and governance professional with 12 years of experience designing and managing complex international assistance programs across a wide range of technical areas. His focus areas include health systems, civil society strengthening, and governance.
Mr. Williamson joined RTI in 2009 as a health governance specialist for the Health Systems 20/20 project and was most recently the Governance Technical Lead under the Health Policy and Health Policy Plus projects. In this role, he provided technical assistance to governments, universities, and civil society to tackle a variety of health systems and policy challenges. He has also published numerous peer-reviewed articles, technical reports, and policy briefs exploring human rights protections, civil society and HIV, social accountability, and health systems strengthening.
In his current role, Mr. Williamson develops and implements programs that lead to more responsive and efficient health systems by addressing complex policy, governance, and financing questions. His work spans numerous technical areas, with a focus on HIV and reproductive health. He has lived and worked in Rwanda and Tanzania and speaks French.