Olusesan Ishola-Gbenla (MB.ChB, MPH) brings more than 20 years of progressive experience in general medical practice and public health project management, with 15 years’ experience coordinating private-sector participation in malaria control programs. He has successfully implemented private-sector programming for both international donors and local associations that addressed priority health conditions, including malaria, TB, HIV/AIDS, and reproductive health. He was a pioneer in the development and implementation of Nigeria’s health sector Public-Private Partnership (PPP) policy as the first PPP advisor in the Federal Ministry of Health under the DFiD-funded PATHS2 project (December 2008–April 2011).
Sara Wilhelmsen, MPP is a Principal Technical Advisor in Management Sciences for Health’s Health Program Group with 12 years of experience managing and leading global health programs. Ms. Wilhelmsen specializes in health system program design and approaches in relation to health policy and planning.
Maeve Conlin, MPH is a Senior Monitoring, Evaluation, and Research Advisor at Management Sciences for Health with years of evaluation and applied research experience. Ms. Conlin specializes in a and research on MSH's health system strengthening and integrated health projects.
Greg Olson is a Knowledge Management and Digital Specialist in MSH's Performance, Learning, and Impact Unit. In this role, Greg supports teams and projects across MSH to collaborate, share, and learn more effectively. He supports daily operations and user experience design for core knowledge management platforms, including the MSH intranet and Technical Exchange Networks.
Kamiar is a Senior Director for UHC (Universal Health Coverage) at MSH. In that role, he works with MSH colleagues and external parties on all aspects of health systems financing and policy. In the seven years before joining MSH, Kamiar served at USAID as an advisor in the Bureau for Global Health reporting to the Assistant Administrator. His portfolio included health finance, global health policy, and management, workforce and compliance issues.
John Yanulis, MSc, has more than 25 years of experience designing, implementing, and managing capacity building programs in the areas of public health, HIV & AIDS, water and sanitation, school governance, and community participation. Mr. Yanulis served as the Chief of Party for Madagascar MIKOLO, a five-year, community-based, primary health care project. He has also served as a country director in Ghana and Egypt and has extensive experience leading field-based public health and education programs....
Antoine Ndiaye, PharmD, MBA, is a seasoned public health manager and leader with more than 20 years of demonstrated experience leading and managing a diverse variety of capacity building, HIV/AIDS, reproductive health, commodity security, and maternal and child health projects.
Sara Weinstein is a Senior Project Officer in the Health Programs Group (HPG) at MSH. Her portfolio includes program management support to a number of donor-funded programs in Nigeria, Liberia and Latin America. Sara has been with MSH since 2009 and is currently based in Guatemala City. Prior to joining MSH, Sara spent four years working with Catholic Relief Services (CRS) in Bolivia implementing programs in the areas of health, democracy promotion, youth development and water and sanitation, and three years in Guatemala as the Deputy Regional Director for Management Quality for the Latin America region. Before working overseas, Sara worked for several international organizations in Washington, DC, including the Institute of International Education and Population Services International.
Dr. Omer M’bi Mabiala is a public health specialist with more than 20 years of experience and has managed health systems strengthening projects in Guinea, Côte d'Ivoire, Chad, and his native Democratic Republic of the Congo. Dr. M'bi currently supports the implementation of performance-based financing (PBF) under a World Bank-funded project in Côte d'Ivoire.