Clara Harb is a senior associate on the Chemonics-implemented USAID End Malaria Project. Previously, she served as a fellow with the American Journal of Public Health and as an AmeriCorps Member researching food insecurity while building resource capacity as a Community Health Worker in Cleveland, Ohio. She has also conducted epidemiological research related to malaria…
Blerta is a Professional Fellow on Chemonics’ Gender Equality and Social Inclusion (GESI) team focused on youth programming and has a Master’s in International Development from SOAS, University of London.
Julia Klebe is a specialist on Chemonics’ Supply Chain Practice team with four years of experience in the global health and international development space. Previously, she held positions with the United Nations Foundation, the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO/WHO), and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)’s Center for Global Health. Julia has a…
Gaspard Harelimana is an assistant regional warehouse manager at Rwanda Medical Supply, a large-scale corporation owned and created by the government of Rwanda to ensure the availability of medicines and health commodities and overcome the challenges of low availability at the public central medical store. He has a Bachelor’s degree in pharmacy and has more…
Reham is the senior communications and learning manager on the Syria Education Programme, also known as Manahel, which is funded by the UK government’s Foreign Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO).
Victoria Cooper is the former senior vice president of Chemonics’ East and Southern Africa regional business unit.
Lorraine R Kudayah-D’Almeida is a senior project management associate with the Global Health Division.
Sarajane Renfroe is a senior program associate for the Middle East and North Africa.
Olivia R Tisa is a senior associate in Chemonics’ East and Southern Africa Region.
Ana María Iannini Uribe is the gender and social inclusion specialist for the USAID Colombia Inclusive Justice Activity.
Johana Elangwe is an associate with Chemonics’ learning and development team.
Etimah Mutsago is a training administrator with the USAID Global Health Supply Chain Program-Procurement and Supply Management Project in Zimbabwe.