Team Leader/Principal Investigator and Organizational Development Advisor
Scott McKeown has more than 30 years of experience providing technical assistance to strengthen capacity of public health institutions. Currently the MSH team leader/principal investigator and organization development advisor to the USAID MEASURE Evaluation Project, Scott provides both technical and management direction to a diverse portfolio of organization development and leadership strengthening interventions. Prior to working on the MEASURE Evaluation Project, Scott was a member of the Information for Management Unit (INFORM) at MSH, where he provided technical assistance and training in the design and implementation of health management information systems. Beginning in 2005, Scott began incorporating principles and practices of leadership and management into M&E development efforts in order to create enabling environments for improved M&E performance. Scott has worked in numerous areas of public health including HIV and AIDS, population, reproductive health and family planning, child survival, and infectious diseases. He has more than 10 years of foreign resident posting assignments which have given him experience building capacity in varied areas of organizational development. In addition to permanent postings, Scott has provided short to medium term STTA in more than 15 countries.