W. Shaun O'NeilShaun O’Neil has seventeen years of extensive private-public sector experience in providing management and technical assistance services to local organizations in the areas of design, implementation, operations, and management of social marketing family planning, HIV/AIDS, and MCH health projects. As a home office director, Mr. O’Neil oversees the Philippines Private Sector Mobilization for Family Planning Project (PRISM2) which aims to assist the Department of Health and Department of Labor and Employment engage and mobilize private sector resources in the delivery of family planning and maternal and child health services and products. Prior to his position at Chemonics, Mr. O’Neil worked for Futures Group International and Pathfinder International on health projects in Africa, Asia, Europe and Eurasia including long term senior management postings in Afghanistan, The Gambia, Nepal, and Ukraine. He has worked with multiple donors including USAID, UNFPA, UNICEF, World Bank, KfW, and contracts with multiple host country governments. Areas of expertise include social marketing, public-private partnerships, commodity procurement, logistics and supply chain management, NGO capacity building, integrated marketing communication (BCC), and private sector policy. Mr. O’Neil has a master in Public Administration from the University of Southern California and bachelor’s degrees in International Studies and Russian language from Miami University (Ohio).
Robert Brookes Robert Brookes is a public health and project management specialist with 10 years experience implementing USAID development projects around the world. Mr. Brookes currently serves as the director of a trans-boundary environment project in the Okavango River Basin, which is working to strengthen and expand water supply and sanitation services in the basins. Prior to joining Chemonics, Mr. Brookes served as a U.S. Crisis Corps Volunteer in El Salvador, working with Project Concern International as a project supervisor within their latrine rehabilitation program. He also served as a U.S Peace Corps Volunteer in Paraguay, working primarily with teachers in rural settings to integrate health education into schools’ curricula. Mr. Brookes has a MPH and MBA from Johns Hopkins University and a Bachelor’s Degree in biology from the University of Mary Washington.