Laurence Laumonier-Ickx has 35 years of experience assisting ministries of health and NGOs with health service delivery management systems. Prior to her current role, she facilitated virtual leadership development programs focused on reproductive health and family planning, post-abortion care, child health and HIV, and monitoring and evaluation.
Molla Tessema has more than 25 years of experience in the public health field as a MNCH care provider, delivery attendant, health care manager, and trainer, among other roles. Molla currently works as a human resource management (HRM) technical associate at the Amhara Regional Health Bureau, where he advises on HRM service delivery.
For more than 20 years, Martha has worked with government and non-governmental agencies to design, implement and evaluate advocacy programs to improve women's sexual and reproductive health and rights, with a focus on maternal health. At the FCI Program of MSH, she oversees this program's work in Africa and Latin America.
Maggie Partilla is a principal technical advisor with 19 years of experience designing and managing international public health programs. She has provided technical and management expertise to programs in the areas of family planning and reproductive health, malaria, TB, HIV and AIDS, child health, and nutrition, focusing on project design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation, and community-based approaches.
Andritiana Nampoina Tsarafihavy brings to MSH 10 years of experience in public health in Madagascar. Currently a technical specialist in malaria with the USAID project MIKOLO, he focuses on malaria and integrated management of childhood illness and community health. Andritiana is also an active member of Madagascar's national technical working group under primary health care at the community level.
Elizabeth Westley leads the International Consortium for Emergency Contraception (ICEC), a global network that includes close to 3,000 individuals from more than 120 countries. ICEC conducts global advocacy around its mission to expand access to emergency contraception, with a focus on developing countries.
Gwen Morgan is the deputy director of the Evidence to Action (E2A) Project. She has expertise in family planning program design, management, monitoring and evaluation, communications, social marketing, and youth programs.
Amy Boldosser-Boesch is senior director and head of the FCI Program of MSH within the Health Programs Group, based in MSH's New York office. Amy leads the FCI Program of MSH team's advocacy and accountability work for improved reproductive, maternal, newborn, and adolescent health. Previously, she was interim president and CEO, and vice president of global advocacy, at Family Care International (FCI), a non-governmental organization dedicated to making pregnancy and childbirth safer in the developing world, whose programs and staff were integrated into MSH in late 2015.
Kassahun Melkieneh is a medical doctor with over eight years of experience in the implementation of TB/HIV programs. As regional manager for HEAL TB, Kassahun is responsible for leading and coordinating regional project activities. He supervises and builds the capacity of TB program managers and coordinates regional operational research.
Maheen Malik is Senior Technical Advisor at MSH working on maternal and child health, and family planning for the Systems for Improved Access to Pharmaceuticals and Services (SIAPS) Project. In her current position she is providing technical support for health system strengthening with particular emphasis to improve maternal and child health indicators in the developing world by providing critical access to lifesaving medicines for infants, children, and women.