Colin CredleA highly qualified logistics specialist with more than 10 years of experience managing responses, logistics, and deliveries for international health projects in Asia, Latin America and Caribbean, Europe and Eurasia. As Project HOPE’s regional manager of Russia, Eurasia, and Asia, Mr. Credle oversaw export, transport, and import of more than $120 million in donated medicines each year, and was responsible for logistics/distribution and use of more than $379 million in donated medicines in Tajikistan, and $65 million to Kyrgyzstan. He designed an M&E system in Tajikistan to report rational and responsible use of donated medicines. As general director of operations in Ukraine for SKAB Corporation Limited, Mr. Credle built operations from $3 million to $70 million sales per year; shipped up to 30,000 metric tons of steel per month from Ukraine to ports mainly in Asia; and supervised expedited loading operations, saving up to $60,000 per merchant ship and increased their profitability by 50 percent. Native English; M.B.A.
Mary Lyn Field-NguerAn HIV/AIDS expert with more than 35 years of experience supporting international and domestic health programs, including clinical service delivery, prevention and treatment, and health commodity supply chain management. Ms. Field-Nguer brings more than 20 years of experience managing multi-country HIV/AIDS programs in Africa, Asia, and Latin America, with extensive experience collaborating with USAID, the United Nations, WHO, Global Fund, Clinton Health Access Initiative, UNICEF, PEPFAR, Elizabeth Glazer Pediatric AIDS Foundation, government ministries of health, universities, and the private sector on HIV/AIDS activities. Accomplished project director, trainer, communicator, author, and knowledge manager She has recruited, formed, and supervised teams of more than 55 staff and consultants at headquarters and in 15 country offices for HIV/AIDS programs funded by USAID, CDC, and other donors. Native English, proficient French; M.S.N., family nurse practitioner; B.S., nursing.