Catharine Taylor is Vice President of the Health Programs Group of MSH. She is an internationally recognized expert in maternal, newborn, and child health policies and programs, a champion for women’s health and rights, and an advocate for universal, equitable access to high-quality care. Ms. Taylor has more than 30 years of experience in international and domestic sexual and reproductive health, maternal, newborn, and child health, and programming for youth....
Jane Briggs is a principal technical advisor with the Systems for Improving Access to Pharmaceuticals and Services (SIAPS) program at MSH, currently based in Guatemala. In this role, Jane provides technical support to SIAPS initiatives in improving access to and use of medicines for maternal and child health, malaria and antimicrobial resistance programs in Africa and Latin America. Jane is also actively involved in global initiatives related to reproductive, maternal, newborn, and child health.
Narcisse Naia Embeke is the child health senior technical advisor for the Integrated Health Project in Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC-IHP). A physician with more than 10 years of experience in primary care, he has worked alongside the Congolese Ministry of Health to support child survival programs.
Noah Lukoda is a health professional with over 20 years of experience providing leadership and technical support to project teams to develop and implement HIV and AIDS, reproductive health, and child survival projects. He is currently a senior technical manager on the STAR-E project.
Dr. Ousmane Faye is currently the project director of the Integrated Health Project (IHP), a five year (2010-2015) USAID-funded project that aims to increase access to and availability of high-impact health services, products, and practices in the DRC. As leader of MSH’s largest bilateral project to date, Ousmane has cultivated and maintained positive relationships with USAID, the DRC Ministry of Health, and numerous other partners and NGOs.
Suleiman Kimatta is currently the MSH country representative for Tanzania. Suleiman works as MSH Tanzania's senior program associate for the Strengthening Pharmaceutical Systems (SPS) project, specializing in maternal and child health. He has over 23 years of experience with child health programming at institutional and community levels.
Suzanne Diarra is a global health expert with 20 years of experience providing technical advisory, strategic design, implementation, and monitoring and evaluation services for health programs in developing countries. She currently works as a senior technical advisor for the SIAPS program, focusing on reproductive, maternal, newborn and child health (RMNCH), and on malaria.
Veronica Triana has 15 years of experience managing complex international maternal and child health projects and has collaborated with a broad range of partners. She began her career working for MSH on the BASICS II child survival project. She went on to hold positions with the Micronutrient Forum and CORE Group, an association of maternal and child health nonprofits.
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.
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.