Aday E. Adetosoye
Aday E. Adetosoye
Vice President, Global Health Programs Delivery Group
Dr. Aday E. Adetosoye, Vice President of the Global Health Programs Delivery Group at MSH, is responsible for our global portfolio of health programs and people; shaping and overseeing program execution; and managing all country operations to support the achievement of MSH’s mission, goals, and objectives.
With more than 20 years of experience leading, managing, and supporting public health programs in the US and Africa, Dr. Aday brings advanced, hands-on expertise in global health systems policy and program design, strategic planning, implementation, and evaluation activities in low-resource environments.
Before joining MSH, Dr. Aday was the Director of the Office of Global Health at the Health Resources & Services Administration (HRSA) of the US Department of Health and Human Services, where she served as a PEPFAR Deputy Principal and provided diplomatic and senior-level oversight of HRSA’s global health programs in 16 countries. Prior to that, Dr. Aday served as the Executive Director of the Walter Reed Program in Tanzania, providing oversight of research and program activities within civilian and military populations. She has also served as a Senior Advisor with USAID in the Offices of HIV/AIDS and Programs, Policy, and Planning, providing expert programmatic and technical leadership, strategic planning and policy advice, guidance, and support to USAID/PEPFA; and as Associate Director, Program Management for the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in Abuja, Nigeria.
Dr. Aday holds a PhD in health policy and management from the American Heritage University of Southern California and joint master’s degrees in public health and African studies from the University of California at Los Angeles.