Olumide first joined MSH in July 2016 as senior manager for Corporate and Foundation Relations. In this role, Olumide worked extensively with the private sector to create new partnerships and expand the scope of MSH’s work on many projects.
Ali Bwala is an experienced monitoring, evaluation, and learning specialist with more than 12 years’ experience in the design and implementation of monitoring, evaluation, and learning systems for public health (including HIV and AIDS, malaria, and MNCH); education; and economic empowerment programs and projects in Nigeria. He has expertise in strategic planning, management information systems design and implementation, research design and implementation, data quality assurance, and data analysis and interpretation, as well as in M&E systems strengthening, team building, and stakeholder management.
Throughout his 20-year professional career, Ali Rajpoot has been responsible for the finance, accounting, and administrative activities of large, multifaceted development programs in Pakistan, Afghanistan, Mozambique, Indonesia, Nigeria, Liberia, and the United States, demonstrating a keen ability to manage multiple projects operating in various high-risk and remote locations while ensuring compliance with international standards and the specific requirements of funders. He has extensive experience managing finances for USAID programs valued up to $150 million and has managed a $10 million portfolio of more than 100 grants.
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).