I am a Senior Executive with more than 20 years of experience in program delivery with strategic thinking, innovation in management and leadership.
Most recently as Country Director and Representative of the United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS) in South Sudan. A $60 Million per annum portfolio, focusing on Food Security, through Sustainable Infrastructure and Emergency Relief, with a staff compliment of 150.
My prior appointment, was as Country Director with FHI360 Tanzania, a $35 Million USAID funded Health Portfolio, where I focused on making significant advances in program performance, compliance, and lowering the organization risk profile.
For four years I served as Executive Director HIV for Tebelopele, where I was responsible for the implementation and strategic direction of Tebelopele VCT, the largest NGO in Botswana. I served as a Practicum Supervisor, Rollins School of Public Health, Emory University Atlanta, GA.
Before joining Tebelopele, I served as Cluster Manager for UNOPS in Afghanistan, Pakistan and Indonesia where I was responsible for the delivery of a $50 Million USAID funded portfolio, and projects in Sri Lanka, Sudan and Ache Province, Indonesia.
I have six years of experience with the Pharmaceutical Industry and Health Sector in South Africa, focused on creating and designing strategic marketing programmes and business analysis particularly during the transition period in the public and private sectors from research medicines to the introduction of generics.
I have a specific interest in advancing integrated and sustainable solutions in programme delivery. A project I delivered on minimizing the HIV/AIDS and tuberculosis impact caused by high-risk construction workers in Botswana was selected for USAID’s best practice documentation
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October 29, 2014
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October 29, 2014