Crystal Cazier

Former Deputy Director, Global Health
George W. Bush Institute

Crystal Cazier serves as Deputy Director, Global Health at the George W. Bush Institute. In this role, she coordinates the Bush Institute’s involvement in Go Further, an innovative partnership between the Bush Institute, PEPFAR, UNAIDS, and Merck that invests in sub-Saharan African countries to integrate and scale up cervical cancer screening and treatment services within existing platforms for HIV treatment and women’s health. She also serves on the research and evaluation team which supports programming across the Bush Institute.

Before joining the Bush Institute, Ms. Cazier worked as a Clinical Research Associate at Carle Cancer Center in Urbana, Illinois where she managed budgetary and contractual negotiations for both pharmaceutical and government-sponsored clinical trials.

Ms. Cazier received her BA in political science from the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign and MPH from the University of Texas Health Science Center.

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Read the article Building on PEPFAR's Success: Is a win for U.S. foreign policy.
Jan 17, 2023

Building on PEPFAR's Success: Is a win for U.S. foreign policy

By: Deborah L. Birx, M.D., Dr. William R. Steiger, Crystal Cazier
The President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEFAR) has been extremely successful over the 20 years since the program was launched by President George W. Bush. PEPFAR has saved more than 25 million lives, including preventing more than 5.5 million babies from acquiring HIV by working directly in communities and with the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria and other institutions.
Read the article Cervical Cancer Awareness Month: Going Further in Kenya .
Jan 12, 2023

Cervical Cancer Awareness Month: Going Further in Kenya

By: Crystal Cazier
In September 2022, Crystal Cazier, Deputy Director of Global Health at the Bush Institute, visited Kenya with representatives of the Go Further partnership to understand the successes and challenges surrounding efforts to eliminate cervical cancer in the country. Read Cazier’s trip diary below.
Read the article Go Further at World Cancer Congress.
Oct 1, 2022

Go Further at World Cancer Congress

By: Crystal Cazier
The partners of Go Further are delighted to be participating in the World Cancer Congress. Here’s how you can learn more about our partnership, the contributions of the partners, and the work being done.