Adama Sanogo is a monitoring and evaluation specialist at the FCI Program of MSH in Bamako, Mali, with over 10 years of experience working in reproductive health and family planning at the community level, including in adolescent SRH.
Principal Technical Advisor, Health Programs Group
Cara Endyke-Doran, MSN, MPH, RN, leads the Women’s, Children’s, and Adolescents’ Health Team at MSH. She is an advance practice nurse with 20 years of experience leading large integrated health projects focused on improving maternal, child, and adolescent health; protecting orphans and vulnerable children; and strengthening HIV prevention, care, and treatment services in sub-Saharan Africa. Prior to joining MSH, Endyke-Dora was FHI360’s associate director for programs in Mozambique, helping oversee a portfolio of six USAID projects, annual revenue of $40 million, 250 staff, and 9 national and provincial offices. She served as chief of party for USAID’s Youth Power Action in Mozambique as well as for USAID’s Local Partners Capacity Building Project in Zambia and as the country program manager for the University of Maryland’s CDC-funded AIDSRelief project, also in Zambia. Endyke-Doran also has provided technical assistance in India, Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, South Africa, Nicaragua, and Haiti.
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.
Anton Luchytsky is a global health expert with more than 20 years of experience managing and implementing public health projects in developing countries. In his current role at MSH, focuses on the design and development of strategies and solutions for improved global health security, coordination of operations, and program development.
Ashley Arabasadi is the Health Security Policy Advisor for Management Sciences and Health and former Chair of the Global Health Security Agenda Consortium. Ashley has more than 10 years of experience working in humanitarian assistance, disaster response and international development. Ashley previously worked for International Medical Corps, where she led the organization's efforts on the Global Health Security Agenda; and USAID, where she worked in the Global Health Bureau's Office of Health, Infectious Disease and Nutrition office supporting the Child Survival Health Grants program and the Leadership Initiative for Public Health in East Africa program. She has worked in Afghanistan, Myanmar, Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia, Vietnam, Thailand, and the Middle East. Ashley holds a BA from Indiana University and an MSc from the University of Durham, England.