Garfee Williams has extensive program management experience in health systems, organization management, and planning. He has worked for more than 16 years in public service at senior managerial and technical levels within the Liberian health system. Garfee has extensive knowledge of issues and trends in medicine and public health, globally and nationally, especially in health systems management and planning, policy compliance and regulations, partnership coordination, and capacity strengthening and development.
Mohammad Khakerah Rashidi has 30 years of experience in public health and health systems in Afghanistan. He joined MSH in 2004 and is currently responsible for developing Afghanistan’s strategic roadmap for the organization. He provides technical leadership and strategic guidance to the health system, specifically with TB-related projects, and develops and maintains partnerships at the national level.
Berhanemeskal Assefa has more than 30 years of clinical and managerial experience in medicine and public health, and has been trained widely in the areas of TB, TB/HIV, MDR-TB, management and leadership, and health systems strengthening.
Addisu Liben is a pharmacist with over 16 years of experience in pharmaceuticals supply management ranging from the facility level to the national level. He currently supports activities related to DSM in general and TB commodities and supplies management for the Challenge TB project. He also provides technical assistance to Federal Ministry of Health, Pharmaceutical Fund and Supply Agency, Regional Health Bureaus and other partners.
Kevin Gunter is senior project support officer for MSH projects in Afghanistan, Tanzania, Malawi, and Zambia. Kevin has over 10 years of experience working in project management, community health care, and environmental resource management.
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.
Kenasi Kasinje is project lead for the District Health Performance Improvement (DHPI) project in Malawi. Kasinje brings to DHPI his experience in project design, budgeting, resource mobilization, implementation, and monitoring and evaluation. He also has experience in governance, gender, advocacy and networking, and community mobilization.