Anthony Bondurant oversees FHI 360's country and regional programs in the Asia Pacific region, focusing on a broad portfolio that includes communicable and vector-borne diseases (HIV, tuberculosis, malaria, neglected tropical diseases and emerging pandemic threats), maternal and child health, nutrition, clinical and nonclinical research, social marketing and communication, workforce development, education, mobile technologies and gender-based violence. Bondurant’s work entails close collaboration with governments, international and local nongovernmental organizations, civil society organizations, foundations and private-sector firms.
Bondurant has more than 25 years of international health and development experience in 20 countries across Asia, Africa, Latin America and North America. His extensive experience encompasses program and project design, management and evaluation; strategic information management and planning; institutional and organizational development; and training and facilitation. He has provided technical expertise in the fields of sexual and reproductive health, health sector development and reform, tuberculosis and leprosy, and community health.
Bondurant has a bachelor’s degree in philosophy and religious studies from California State University, Fresno. He attained his doctorate in international health and development from Tulane University, and his master’s in public health from Emory University. Bondurant served in the Peace Corps in Nepal in 1985–1987.