Dr Claudia Surjadjaja is a public health professional with expertise in organization leadership, health program management - supporting organisations and policymakers to develop public health policies and implementation strategies, as well as building human capacity.
With more than 20 years practical experience across more than 30 countries, Claudia is passionate about global health and the design, management and evaluation of infectious disease and health system strengthening programs.
Dr Surjadjaja has been engaged in high level consultative and advisory roles with global organisations such as ASEAN, World Bank, Global Fund, USAID, DFAT, DFID, US NAMRU, US CDC, WHO, UNAIDS, other UN bodies, INGOs and research institutes.
She transitioned from clinical practice to public health where her passion lies. Her qualifications include Master of Public Health in Health Service Management (Gadjah Mada University), Master of Science in Medical Ethics (Imperial College London), Doctor of Public Health in Epidemiology and Population Health (LSHTM), to name a few.
Claudia brings a diverse range of skills and expertise to her current role as the Regional Director, Asia of the World Mosquito Program.