Senior Technical Manager, Monitoring and Evaluation
Chinedu Chukwu is the Senior Technical Manager of Monitoring and Evaluation for the Global Fund Malaria Project in Nigeria. Before he transitioned to this project, he supported the MSH Nigeria Pro-ACT and CaTSS projects.
Thomas Hall is Senior Principal Technical Advisor for Malaria. In his role he manages all activities related to malaria including providing technical assistance and programmatic oversight to integrated health projects managed by MSH. Additionally, he participates in several international forums on malaria including RBM working groups and NGO advocacy networks.
Judith Seltzer is the Senior Director of the Performance, Learning and Impact unit at MSH. In this capacity, she leads a team of diverse specialists who provide knowledge management, research, and monitoring and evaluation support across the organization.
Serge Xueref is the Senior Principal Technical Advisor for Monitoring, Evaluation, and Research at MSH. He is currently based in Uganda. Previously at MSH, Serge supported the Gabon Health Reform Support Program.
Pedro G. Suarez, MD, is a public health expert with nearly 30 years of experience developing, managing, implementing, and advising public health programs focused on TB, leprosy, and TB/HIV control. His work spans across 25 countries, including those in Latin America, the Caribbean, Africa, and the Middle East.
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.
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.
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.