The EGPAF Culture
As EGPAF grows, we are committed to retaining a small-organization feel. EGPAF strives to create a friendly, professional environment by hiring staff who share our commitment to eliminating pediatric AIDS – and who bring energy and enthusiasm to our workplace community.
Join EGPAF, and you’ll become part of a culture that nurtures talent, embraces diversity, fosters teamwork and respect, and rewards performance.
Read what EGPAF employees have to say in the Foundation Blog.
Honoring the legacy of Elizabeth Glaser's love for and commitment to her own children and all children and families affected by HIV/AIDS...
Working with passion and dedication to provide global leadership on pediatric HIV/AIDS...
EGPAF will work tirelessly to create a culture of hope, to accelerate scientific discovery, and to imagine a world in which children and families live free from HIV/AIDS.
- Innovation. EGPAF’s creativity and forward-thinking spirit inspire our scientific and research advancements, our programmatic excellence, our strong public policy and advocacy efforts – and our mission to eliminate pediatric AIDS.
- Passion. Elizabeth Glaser’s maternal ferocity to protect children is the driving force behind EGPAF’s work. Every day around the world, EGPAF employees demonstrate their tireless commitment to preventing new HIV infections in children and caring for those already infected.
- Excellence. EGPAF is committed to providing top-quality services in every aspect of our work. We have proven that we can establish infrastructures that can deliver knowledge and medications to any woman in need, anywhere. Also, in the countries where we operate, we empower mothers, train caregivers, and educate policymakers—no matter where they live, what language they speak, or what cultural perspectives they hold.
- Teamwork. EGPAF believes that collaboration is the only way to bring about a generation free of HIV. Today, we carry out our work in conjunction with key partners including the U.S. Government, UNICEF, and the World Health Organization (WHO), as well as governments, medical professionals, and advocates around the world.
- Accountability. EGPAF takes our mission of eliminating pediatric AIDS extremely seriously. We are proud to be a well-managed organization that approaches our work with integrity, honesty, and transparency – and we strive to fulfill the highest ethical standards in support of donors, stakeholders, and partners.
- Leadership. From our humble beginnings around a kitchen table, EGPAF has become a recognized force working to prevent pediatric HIV infection and to eliminate pediatric AIDS through research, advocacy, and prevention and treatment programs in 15 countries
These values are principles to which we subscribe – every day.
With employees in 15 countries, EGPAF’s culture exemplifies diversity. Our progress in the fight against pediatric HIV/AIDS is directly related to understanding, valuing, and representing the unique global perspectives of our employees, donors, funders, partners, and supporters.