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. He has worked under many USAID-funded programs, including the Basic Support for Institutionalizing Child Survival (BASICS) project. Mr. Yanulis holds a Master’s degree in organizational development and has experience as a master trainer, team leader, coach, and systems developer. He has designed and delivered organizational capacity assessments and training of trainers programs, developed participatory training curricula, and reorganized work system descriptions to more accurately reflect core functions within public health and education institutions. Mr. Yanulis began his career as a Peace Corps volunteer in Zaire. He is fluent in French.