Barbara Seligman is vice president of International Programs at PRB. She is a technical leader and senior manager with a record of accomplishment in visioning and strategy, mentoring, external relations, and in building practice areas in reproductive health and health policy, health governance, and youth. Seligman brings a unique combination of technical and programmatic expertise that integrates policy development, evaluation and learning, and gender into programming across development sectors, including health, governance, and the environment. Seligman has served in senior leadership and advisory roles with nonprofit and for-profit development consulting firms, foundations, think tanks, and the U.S. government. Barbara devoted the first 20 years of her career—including eight years in USAID's Office of Population and Reproductive Health—exclusively to reproductive health. Her notable reproductive health accomplishments include: evaluating the program learning potential of more than 80 research projects receiving support under the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation’s Population and Poverty initiative; serving as chief of party for USAID's flagship health systems strengthening program in Georgia; integrating reproductive health into national health policy and financing strategies; and serving as principal investigator for a landmark evaluation of the economic and policy benefits of interventions for preventing and treating post-partum hemorrhage funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. She is a native English speaker proficient in French and German. She holds a bachelor's degree from Cornell University and a master's degree in anthropology and public policy from the University of Chicago.