Jean Kagubare, MD, MPH, PhD is the global technical lead of health care financing and head of health systems strengthening division. He provides technical expertise to MSH projects in the areas of health care financing and management with focus on performance based financing, community health insurance, costing of health services, and health care delivery and governance.
David Collins is a Chartered Accountant with over 30 years of experience in international health and development projects, including working as resident health finance advisor to the Ministries of Health of Kenya and South Africa. He works for Management Sciences for Health in health financing and teaches health finance at Boston University.
Floride Niyuhire, MD, MPH is the Performance-Based Financing Advisor for MSH’s Rebuilding Basic Health Services (RBHS) project in Liberia. Dr. Niyuhire has over 20 years of combined experience in public health, clinical practice, medical research, and staff capacity building.
Technical Advisor for Maternal, Newborn, and Child Health
Katherine (Kate) Wright, technical advisor for Maternal, Newborn, and Child Health, has nine years of international public health experience with a focus on health systems strengthening and maternal, newborn, and child health issues.
Colin Gilmartin is a technical officer specializing in health care financing and costing of community-based services. Prior to joining MSH, Colin served as a community health development worker with the US Peace Corps in Burkina Faso.
Delmond Kyanza is an experienced program manager who currently serves as director of the World Bank-financed Integrated Social Services for Improved Maternal and Child Health Project (PASMISSI) in Haiti.
Judith Seltzer is the director of technical strategy for the Center for Leadership and Management (CLM) in MSH. She coordinates technical strategy for new business, contributes to knowledge management, oversees a portfolio of projects, and provides technical assistance in the areas of strategic and operational planning, business planning and new enterprise development, financial management, health sector reform, management training, organizational development, and field research.
Catherine Severo is a health economist and directs the Grant Management Solutions project financed by the US Office of the Global AIDS Coordinator. The project provides technical assistance to the 140 countries benefiting from the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB and Malaria.