MSH Welcomes Vickie Barrow-Klein As New Chief Financial Officer
Management Sciences for Health (MSH) is thrilled to announce that Vickie Barrow-Klein will be joining MSH’s corporate headquarters in Cambridge, MA, as Chief Financial Officer on August 5, 2013.
Vickie has over 25 years of experience in strategic corporate operations, with nearly 20 of those years spent serving in a financial role within the international NGO sector. Throughout her career, she has enjoyed a reputation for mentoring staff as an accomplished leader, expertise in change management, and a proven track record of providing strategic direction and oversight to ensure an organization’s financial soundness.
Vickie served as CFO for two of the largest international humanitarian and relief organizations in the US—CARE USA and Save the Children Federation, where she led finance, information technology, grants, and contracts. For example, at Save the Children, she created knowledge management processes to enable information and knowledge sharing in more than 50 countries. She has also led financial operations at Population Council and the Peace Corps. She serves on the boards of InsideNGO and NetHope, Inc.
“We are very excited that Vickie will bring her considerable and unique set of leadership skills, knowledge and experience to the MSH Leadership Team as we work toward MSH’s mission of saving lives and improving health in dozens of developing countries throughout the world,” said Jonathan D. Quick, MD, MPH, President and CEO of MSH.
Vickie received her Masters of Business Administration from George Mason University in Fairfax, VA and her undergraduate degree from George Washington University in Washington, DC.