Michael Ninburg is President of the World Hepatitis Alliance and Executive Director of the Hepatitis Education Project (HEP), a U.S.-based NGO dedicated to supporting hepatitis patients. At HEP, Michael works with patients, policymakers and clinicians and provides direct services and advocacy for underserved and marginalized populations, including prisoners, people who use drugs (PWUD) and people who are homeless or unstably housed. As a former hepatitis C patient and someone who used drugs for many years, Michael brings important lived experience to his work and a personal focus on the intersection of drug use, criminal justice and public health. Before joining HEP, Michael worked in the private sector with Apple Computer in the Czech Republic and Amazon.com in Seattle. He studied Philosophy at UCLA and has a Master’s Degree in Public Administration from the University of Washington.
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