Ellen EisemanEllen Eiseman, a current home office director, is a public health professional with more than 30 years experience in capacity building, healthcare management, training, and organization development. She has worked on the quality of healthcare services in the public and private sectors of more than 25 countries. Previously, Ms. Eiseman oversaw the Peru Quality Healthcare Project and was chief of party on the Mozambique FORTE Saude project. Before joining Chemonics, she worked with Pathfinder International, EngenderHealth, Management Sciences for Health, and American Medical International in Latin America, Asia, Africa, Middle East, Europe, and Australia to improve health care management, provide effective public-health related trainings, and develop institutional strengthening programs. Ms. Eiseman holds an M.S.O.D in organization development from American University/NTL, an M.P.H. in health education from the University of California Los Angeles, and a B.A. in Hispanic Civilizations from the University of California Santa Barbara.
W. Shaun O'NeilShaun O’Neil has seventeen years of private-public sector experience on public-private partnerships, social marketing, supply chain management, integrated marketing communication (BCC), and NGO capacity building. He has worked extensively on family planning, HIV/AIDS, and maternal and child health projects. Mr. O’Neil currently oversees the Philippines Private Sector Mobilization for Family Planning Project (PRISM2), which focuses on mobilizing private sector resource to improve family health. 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. He has worked with multiple donors including USAID, UNFPA, UNICEF, World Bank, KfW, and managed contracts with multiple host country governments. Mr. O’Neil has a M.A. in public administration from the University of Southern California and a B.A in international studies and Russian from Miami University (Ohio).