(October 2011) Brad Kerner has worked for adolescents’ reproductive health for 12 years through clinical health education and service provision with particular competencies in adolescent reproductive and sexual health, male involvement in reproductive health, family planning and HIV/AIDS prevention for youth. Since 2005, as senior specialist of Adolescent Reproductive Health for Save the Children’s Department of Health and Nutrition, Brad actively supports field programming with technical assistance on youth friendly health services, training youth as Community Based Distributors to increase availability of family planning, youth prevention, peer education strategies, engaging men and boys in reproductive health and gender equality, designing girls empowerment programs, and conducting operations research. He has also designed an ARSH toolkit for emergency contexts in collaboration with UNFPA.

His presentation: Targeting Men in Cross-Generational Relationships: Results from the Malawi Male Motivator Study