Abimbola Gbenga Olayemi, Technical Director for the MSH-led US President's Malaria Initiative for States (PMI-S) project, is a physician who has more than 25 years of experience in the Nigerian health sector...
Uchenna Nwokenna, Deputy Country Director for the MSH-led US President's Malaria Initiative for States (PMI-S) project, is a public health professional with over 25 years of combined experience in clinical medicine, global public health, surveillance and control of infectious diseases, and supply chain management, pharmaco-epidemiology, drug safety, pharmacovigilance, and regulatory affairs.
Sara Wilhelmsen, MPP is a Principal Technical Advisor in Management Sciences for Health’s Health Program Group with 12 years of experience managing and leading global health programs. Ms. Wilhelmsen specializes in health system program design and approaches in relation to health policy and planning.
Maeve Conlin, MPH is a Senior Monitoring, Evaluation, and Research Advisor at Management Sciences for Health with years of evaluation and applied research experience. Ms. Conlin specializes in a and research on MSH's health system strengthening and integrated health projects.
Kamiar Khajavi, MD, JD, MPH, is a Senior Director for UHC (Universal Health Coverage) at MSH. In that role, he works with MSH colleagues and external parties on all aspects of health systems financing and policy. In the seven years before joining MSH, Kamiar served at USAID as an advisor in the Bureau for Global Health reporting to the Assistant Administrator. His portfolio included health finance, global health policy, and management, workforce and compliance issues.
Ana Amaris Caruso, MD, MPH is a Senior Technical Officer at MSH with 10 years of experience in the medical field, public health and consulting, particularly in international health systems strengthening. Before joining MSH, Caruso worked as a researcher at the Research Center on Social Protection and Health Economics in Colombia and the Disparities Research Unit at Massachusetts General Hospital.
Antoine Ndiaye, PharmD, MBA, is a seasoned public health manager and leader with more than 20 years of demonstrated experience leading and managing a diverse variety of capacity building, HIV/AIDS, reproductive health, commodity security, and maternal and child health projects.
Felipe López a physician and surgeon. He graduated from the University of San Carlos de Guatemala with a specialty in sexual and reproductive health and a postgraduate degree in epidemiology. He also has postgraduate degrees in re-engineering and quality assurance from the Francisco Marroquin University.