Julia Greenberg "has been working on HIV/AIDS, Human Rights and Community Development for over a decade. As the Director of the Grants Department at American Jewish World Service, she advocated for increased direct financial support for activists making change at the grassroots level, and developed a program that provided over 13 million dollars in small grants to 350 community organizations in Africa, Asia and Latin America. In her role as Senior Program Officer for Africa, Julia spent five years traveling extensively in the region working with women’s and PWLHA groups to develop AJWS’ HIV/AIDS program. Under her direction, AJWS provided seed funding to organizations that went on to become key players in the global HIV/AIDS treatment access movement.
"Julia served on the steering committee of the International Human Rights Funders Group, and has spoken extensively about community responses to HIV at international conferences including the 16th International AIDS Conference in Toronto and the Time Global Health Summit. She studied Russian Literature and History at Wesleyan University and the Institute of Steel and Alloys in Moscow." 
- Associate Director, AIDS-Free World
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- ↑ Who we are, AIDS-Free World, accessed June 9, 2009.