Ellen EisemanEllen Eiseman is a public health professional who has focused on capacity building, training, and organization development for more than 30 years. Her technical and supervisory experience has included working in more than 25 countries in both the public and private sector and all levels of the health care system helping NGOs, Ministries of Health, Hospitals, and Clinics improve the quality of the services they deliver. As a home-office Director, Ms. Eiseman oversaw the Peru Quality Healthcare Project which provided technical assistance to the government of Peru's health sector to improve the quality of health services and successfully completed its work in June 2013. Prior to managing the quality healthcare project, she was chief of party on the Mozambique FORTE Saúde project to strengthen the Ministry of Health and director of the Population, Health, and Nutrition Technical Assistance Support (TASC) 2 contract. Before joining Chemonics, Ms. Eiseman 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. She 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. She is fluent in Spanish and proficient in Portuguese.
Anthony Savelli Anthony Savelli has more than 20 years experience leading pharmaceutical and supply chain management, procurement, and community-based health projects in Africa and Asia. He also gained extensive experience in health systems strengthening, capacity building, grants management, and community health as chief of party for both the Afghanistan Health Services Enhancement Project and Rural Expansion of Afghanistan’s Community-based Healthcare (REACH) project. More recently, Mr. Savelli was interim chief of party for the USAID/Kenya Pharma project and is now the director of both the Kenya Pharma and Rwanda Family Health projects. As a Peace Corps volunteer in Dominica, he served as the interim director of pharmacy in a 280-bed hospital where he designed and launched an outpatient pharmacy. Mr. Savelli has a Bachelor’s in pharmacy and a Master’s in public and international affairs both from the University of Pittsburgh.