Director, USAID Global Health Supply Chain Program-Procurement and Supply Management (GHSC-PSM) Project Wayne Lifshitz
Wayne Lifshitz is an entrepreneurial senior leader, systems-thinker, business strategist, and strategic connector with more than 20 years of cross-cutting experience in Big 5 consulting, start-up, nonprofit, federal, and social enterprise sectors. He is currently an Asia director for the USAID Global Health Supply Chain Program-Procurement and Supply Management (GHSC-PSM) Project and acted as the GHSC-PSM Nepal country director. Mr. Lifshitz also serves as an innovation and investment advisor to the executive office and lead entrepreneur trainer for the UNLEASH Global Innovation Lab. With a breadth of regional and technical experience, he’s led complex multi-year USAID and other international donor projects in global health, food security, supply chain, gender and youth inclusion, environmental awareness, and social impact innovation and business growth in Africa, Asia and Latin America. Prior to Chemonics, he patented and sold several consumer products. He is an early investor in agtech, consumertech, and cleantech companies and led a venture pitch competition in Washington, DC. In addition to a PMP, he is a certified partnership broker and has led numerous public-private partnership efforts. Mr. Lifshitz is an economics graduate of U.C. Berkeley, has earned an MPH from Boston University and studied executive leadership and management at Arizona State University and Cornell University.