Gerardo M. Fernandez is a public health professional with over 20 years of experience predominantly in community development, with a focus on the intersection of gender-dynamics and health. Gerry began his career with a focus on reproductive health, and, for the last ten years, has worked in community health with an emphasis on women’s and family health in Eastern Europe and Central Asia. In March 2014, Gerry completed his Doctorate in Health Sciences from A.T. Still University’s Arizona School of Health Sciences, with research on the public health impact and effectiveness of Violence Against Women interventions. Aside from his professional passions, Gerry is also a life-long student of martial arts and looks forward to continuing his training here in Chicago.
Gerardo M. Fernandez
Health Program Intern