Miss Nancy Miriam Amony is a Senior Procurement Advisor for the SCMS project. She has over 7 years of experience and expertise in the pharmaceutical supply chain management. Nancy has worked in different projects in Uganda in collaboration with government, implementing partners, and donors. Nancy Joined MSH in October 2013....
Dr. Birna Trap is SURE’s Program Director and brings 25 years of expertise in the pharmaceutical sector to the program. Dr. Trap has worked in projects in about 30 countries in Africa, Asia and Europe in collaboration with numerous governments, implementing partners, and donors....
Samuel Kasozi has 20 years of experience in designing, implementing, monitoring and evaluation of clinical, research, and public health interventions in both government and partner funded projects. Currently, he works as a deputy chief of party (DCOP) for the USAID-funded TRACK TB project in Uganda, providing technical assistance and ensuring project objectives and targets are met.
Deus Lukoye is a medical doctor with over 15 years of experience in TB control. He currently leads the implementation of the Urban DOTS model in Kampala, Uganda, supporting TB interventions in the city’s five divisions.
JoAnn Paradis has more than eight years of experience supporting the design and implementation of advocacy and communications strategies to generate increased political and public commitments for maternal, newborn and child health.
Technical Advisor, Digital Health & Health Economics
Sherri Haas serves as Technical Advisor, Digital Health & Health Economics in the Health Programs Group. Previously the mHealth Technical Officer for the African Strategies for Health Project, she has over nine years of experience in the design and implementation of quantitative and qualitative research, data analysis, and project management. Areas of technical work include applied research and evaluation, mobile money and mhealth, health systems strengthening, and access to financial services for the poor.
Sarah Konopka serves as technical director and HIV and AIDS specialist for the African Strategies for Health (ASH) Project. She has more than 10 years of experience in program design and implementation, research, and policy analysis in HIV and integrated health programs.
Megan Kearns is the project director for the Leadership, Management, and Governance (LMG) Project. Megan is a skilled technical program manager with 20 years of experience in project development, implementation, and evaluation.