Mariana Becerra

Associate Director, Advocacy

Mariana Becerra serves as the Associate Director for Advocacy at the Eleanor Crook Foundation (ECF). Prior to joining ECF, Mariana was the US MNCH and Immunization Advocacy Lead at PATH where she worked to educate and influence global policymakers and stakeholders to increase action and investment in maternal and child health, including immunization. At PATH, Mariana also led an advocacy portfolio for P.vivax malaria, and chaired the Global Health Communities Maternal and Child Health Roundtable. Mariana has also worked as a Consultant focusing on policy and advocacy at both Policy Wisdom and IQVIA, where she helped clients design and implement health policies and advocacy strategies aimed at increasing access to medicines and new health technologies for marginalized communities. Before consulting, Mariana worked at Grupo Bimbo, focusing on Communications and External Affairs. Mariana holds a Master’s in Public Health from Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health.