My committment is to work with STD/HIV/AIDS in populations of women and underserved communities nationally and internationally.
EducationEdD Harvard University, 1988 (Counseling, Consulting Psychology)
MPH University of California (Berkeley), 1974 (Community Mental Health)
MSW University of California (Berkeley), 1971 (Social Work)
BA California State University, Los Angeles, 1969 (Sociology)
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International Training and Education Center for Health (I-TECH)
901 Boren, Suite 1100
Seattle, WA 98104
campus box: 359932
Virginia Gonzales is a Senior Consultant for International Projects for TVT Synergy at the UW Center for Health Education and Research. This 5 year USAID funded project focuses on HIV/AIDS control activities in developing countries. Professor Gonzales is also the Director of Education for a Fogarty Funded project with a mandate to train health providers on applications of computer technologies and information science in public health. She served as Co-Principal Investigator on a project that focused on STD/HIV/AIDS in high-risk women. She also served as the Health Education Specialist for the WHO Global Program on AIDS in South East Asia.
SciVal Experts Profile
PI: Downer Dates: 4/1/2013 - 3/31/2014
PI: Downer Dates: 4/1/2012 - 3/31/2013
PI: Downer Dates: 1/1/2009 - 12/31/2013
Co-Director, Multicultural International Research Training Fellowship (MIRT)
NIH Funded Project
Senior Consultant to International Projects, TvT Synergy
TvT Synergy is a five year performance-based contract that provides technical assistance to the United Stated Agency for International Development (USAID) in the design, evaluation, and coordination of HIV/AIDS programs, and in the identification and dissimination of lessons learned from these programs. The Synergy Project is implemented by TvT associates, Inc., with support from the University of Washington Center for AIDS and STD (CFAS)
Committe Member for International Committe of the Lifelong AIDS Alliance
This committee focuses on HIV/AIDS actitivies in developing countries.