Michelle GardnerCurrently the senior vice president of the Global Health Division, Michelle Gardner is a public health professional with 20 years of international experience in technical assistance, capacity development, leadership, and management. She has a broad public health background developing and overseeing programming in reproductive health and family planning, maternal and child health, immunization, malaria, TB, HIV/AIDS, nutrition, and safe water, with focus on public and private sectors. Previously, Ms. Gardner was the chief of party on the USAID/Philippines Private Sector Mobilization for Family Health–Phase 2 project. Before joining Chemonics, she worked with PATH, the World Health Organization, and the Population Council in Cambodia, Vietnam, Myanmar, Indonesia, and Thailand, implementing and managing public health research and technical assistance programs. Ms. Gardner holds a master’s degree in medical demography from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and a bachelor’s degree in international relations from the London School of Economics and Political Science.
Jim GriffinJim Griffin is the project director for HRH2030 (Human Resources for Health). Mr. Griffin is a health service delivery and systems specialist with 25 years of experience designing, implementing, managing, and evaluating USAID and other donor-funded health projects. He has previously worked in grassroots clinic management; human resources for health, training, education, and performance improvement; country health strategy design; and large-scale health program management. Prior to joining Chemonics in 2006, Mr. Griffin worked at USAID, including in the Global Health Bureau and the USAID mission in Afghanistan and long term positions in Bangladesh, Thailand and Sierra Leone. Mr. Griffin holds an M.P.H. in population and family health from Columbia University and a bachelor’s degree in health education from Southern Connecticut State University.