President and Chief Executive Officer
Lynn Barclay has led ASHA in the position of President and CEO since June 2006. Ms. Barclay builds and maintains relationships with colleague organizations, from the American Sexual Transmitted Diseases Association (ASTDA), to the National Coalition of STD Directors (NCSD), to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Additionally, Ms. Barclay serves as a liaison to other national organizations, including the Planned Parenthood National Medical Committee and the Sexual Health Work Group.
Vice President, Health Policy
Deborah Arrindell has provided leadership to ASHA’s policy and advocacy efforts for more than 12 years. She currently manages ASHA’s office in Washington, DC, where she advocates on behalf of ASHA before legislative, administrative and private agencies on issues related to the prevention of sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and access to comprehensive sexual health information. With more than 30 years of experience in social policy and health policy issues, Ms. Arrindell develops and implements short-term and long-term strategies to influence policies that impact sexual health, with an emphasis on prevention of sexually transmitted infections and enhancing awareness of the burden and impact of STIs on adolescents, women and people of color.
ASHA's Director of Communications, “Fredo” has been with ASHA since 1997 and has managed the HPV and cervical cancer prevention programs since 2003. Fredo edits ASHA's bimonthly HPV newsletter and works closely with our policy office in Washington, DC.
Kelly has been with NCCC since July 2013 and has a background in development and public relations and has extensive experience in special events.
Also starting July 2013, Rina has a strong background in staff and volunteer management with skills in creating marketing materials for sponsorship and donor recruitment.