Andrew Levack, M.P.H.

Andrew is a leading expert on prevention efforts that address gender
inequality. Andrew is the former director of EngenderHealth’s global Men As
Partners® (MAP) Program and currently serves as the director of
EngenderHealth projects within the United States. Andrew has worked in more
than 20 countries in Africa, Asia, and Latin America. He developed the first Men
As Partners® intervention in South Africa, which was later selected as a winner
of the United Nations Red Ribbon Award for HIV prevention.

He currently directs Gender Matters, a demonstration project working with
male and female teens that focuses on challenging harmful gender norms as a key determinant to
preventing dating violence and unintended pregnancy. Andrew is a founding member of MenEngage—a
global alliance of more than 300 organizations that seeks to engage boys and men to achieve gender
equality. He sits on the United Nations Secretary General’s Network of Men Leaders and holds a clinical
faculty appointment at the University of Washington’s School of Public Health.