Martha Sichone Cameron, MPH

Martha Sichone-Cameron
Executive Director for The International Community of Women Living with HIV – North America

Martha is originally from Zambia, Africa where she was born and raised. She is the Executive Director for the International Community of Women Living with HIV (ICW) North America, and has served on the board ICW Global. Most recently Martha worked as the Director of Prevention for Women’s Collective (TWC), a leading community health and human service agency in Washington, DC; TWC provides prevention, care, and support services and advocates for the health and human rights of girls and women. Other past positions include Director of Policy & Advocacy at TWC, and Executive Director of an International faith-based non-profit called Every Orphan s Hope (EOH) Inc. in Zambia where she had hands on experience running HIV programs for orphans and widows. Martha still does some consulting work for EOH and with Children’s AIDS Fund International. Martha is actively involved in various HIV Policy, Advocacy and Research forums including Positive Women’s Network, US PLWHA Caucus and DC Center for AIDS Research.

She has bachelor’s in education (English/French) and a Master’s in Public Health.