Cody Ragonese

Fellow

United States

Cody Ragonese is a Fellow at Promundo. He supports Promundo's work related to masculinities, gender, and health. In 2019, Cody authored Promundo’s "Masculine Norms and Men’s Health: Making the Connections" report which synthesized data and literature linking salient masculine norms to health-related behaviors globally. He also contributed to the data collection utilized for Promundo's "The Cost of the Man Box." From 2014-2017, Cody served in eSwatini as a Community Health Volunteer with the US Peace Corps. During his service, he conducted a variety of HIV-related capacity building programs for at-risk youth. He also started a nationwide boys and young males mentoring initiative in an effort to begin engaging over 200 boys and men in the gender equality space. Cody currently works at Pact supporting global health and child labor projects in the DRC, eSwatini, and Lesotho. He holds a BA in International Development from American University and a Master in Public Health from Boston University.

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Cody Ragonese

Cody Ragonese is a Fellow at Promundo. He supports Promundo's work related to masculinities, gender, and health. In 2019, Cody authored Promundo’s "Masculine Norms and Men’s Health: Making the Connections" report which synthesized data and literature linking salient masculine norms to health-related behaviors globally. He also contributed to the data collection utilized for Promundo's "The Cost of the Man Box." From 2014-2017, Cody served in eSwatini as a Community Health Volunteer with the US Peace Corps. During his service, he conducted a variety of HIV-related capacity building programs for at-risk youth. He also started a nationwide boys and young males mentoring initiative in an effort to begin engaging over 200 boys and men in the gender equality space. Cody currently works at Pact supporting global health and child labor projects in the DRC, eSwatini, and Lesotho. He holds a BA in International Development from American University and a Master in Public Health from Boston University.

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