Aziz Abdallah is a public health physician with more than a decade of experience managing, coordinating, and evaluating global health programs in sub-Saharan Africa. He has worked extensively with ministries of health and nongovernmental organizations in setting up sustainable sexual and reproductive health, tuberculosis, and HIV programs in the public sector, including strengthening networks between community health providers, supporting prevention and behavior change campaigns, and expanding services.
As deputy director of project quality assurance and coordination, Maryellen Glennon leads the home office support teams for projects in Uganda, Nigeria, Rwanda, Cameroon, Zambia, South Africa, and Tanzania. A senior manager, she also oversees MSH's projects in Malawi funded by the CDC, UNICEF, and the Children's Investment Fund Foundation. For 25 years Maryellen has held leadership positions utilizing her expertise in program management, leadership development, capacity-building, evaluation, and documentation of systems and procedures.