Adam Wexler is an associate director of global health and HIV policy as well as director of the global health budget project. Wexler leads work analyzing the U.S. global health budget and tracking international donor assistance for health. He also focuses on financing mechanisms for global health and U.S. bilateral and multilateral health agreements. Wexler is frequently called upon to present findings and has served on numerous advisory committees on global health issues.
Prior to joining KFF, Wexler worked as a policy analyst for the city of San Diego. He holds a bachelor’s degree in biology from Gettysburg College and a Master of Public Policy degree from Georgetown University.