Joy Atwine has more than 18 years of experience, specializing in health management, quality improvement, service delivery, health strategic planning, and implementing plans and policies. Atwine led and coordinated a team that developed Rwanda’s most recent national treatment guidelines to standardize care for high-risk, high-volume, and common clinical conditions. She coordinated the team that developed health service packages for the new intermediate referral level and reviewed the existing service packages for district, referral, and health centers. She also led the team that developed the first set of Rwanda's Essential Accreditation Hospital Quality Standards, which are now used by the Ministry of Health, its counterparts, and other partners. Previously, Atwine served as director of administration and deputy CEO at King Faisal Hospital and director of administration at the University Teaching Hospital of Kigali. She holds a Master’s Degree in Health Management from Leeds University in the United Kingdom.