Adrienne Hurst, LCSW, is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with experience in patient-centered health program management and infectious diseases. Her first mission with MSF was in 2006 in Georgia in a drug-resistant TB project. She also served as project coordinator in Uganda and conducted an assessment in Kenya. Adrienne also oversaw the quality implementation of large US government, Clinton Foundation, and CDC-funded international health programs and is currently providing technical assistance in communities across rural America to address the opioid epidemic. Adrienne was elected to the MSF-USA Board of Directors in May 2019 and holds Bachelors and Masters degrees from New York University.