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Paul Armerding, MD, FACS: Management Consulting Services | Paul Armerding, of Medical Compass, Inc., provides assistance with strategic planning, staff development, facilities development, communications and fundraising for Christian health care activities in developing countries. In particular, he provides training in leadership and management that combines didactic instruction with one-on-one coaching. Paul has 22 years of experience as a hospital CEO and has taught in several locations overseas. To contact Paul, email paul [at] medicalcompass.org 
 
Monica Hernandez, MPH Monica is a global health professional with a BS in Human Biology and a Masters in Public Health (MPH). She has experience in the United States, Latin America, and Africa working on topics such as HIV/AIDS, neglected tropical disease, nutrition, and community health promotion. Monica is native in English and Spanish and basic proficiency in Portuguese. She has worked in DC for the Presidential Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) program and now works for the Pan-American Health Organization (PAHO/WHO). Monica is interested in the development of health programs and policies focused on the prevention, control, and treatment of communicable diseases. For further details or questions, please contact monimoni514 [at] gmail.com 
 
Belem Elisabeth Kiendrebeogo, MPH | Elisabeth has a Master in Public Health and certificate in nutrition with experience at international and national levels and in both non-profit and public sectors. Elisabeth is bilingual, fluent in French as well as strong writing and communication skills. She has experience with project design, strategic planning, program implementation, project monitoring and evaluation. She has in-depth community health experience in maternal and child health, HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis, and nutrition. Recently, Elisabeth worked on a health project funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. In this role, she was responsible for providing technical assistance to the Burkina Faso Ministry of Health with health program implementation, proposal writing for funding requests to stakeholders, program costing and planning, and cartography activities for health workers selection and training. Working in close collaboration with One Million Community Health Workers Campaign, WHO and UNICEF, she contributed to developing a roadmap to guide Burkina Faso’s Ministry of Health for its community health workers program implementation. Elisabeth may be contacted at kiendrbe [at] gmail.com
 
Lili Moran, MD, MPH is a pediatric emergency medicine physician who recently completed her MPH at George Washington University. She is interested in opportunities to work in public health and combine her 11 years of clinical experience in pediatrics with her global health experiences, which have included a fellowship project in Ghana working to develop a child protection program, as well as short term mission trips to Liberia, India, Ecuador, Honduras, and the Dominican Republic. She is based in the Washington, DC/Northern Virginia area and would love the opportunity to learn more about faith-based organizations where she could serve. She can be reached at lilimoran2010 [at] gmail.com
 
Paul Mosley, MPH, PMP: served as Country Director for Rwanda and Burundi for the Mennonite Central Committee (MCC) for six years, returning to the US in 2014. In this role, he directed all operations and projects for MCC in Rwanda and Burundi. In the past two years he has completed an MPH and worked as a proposal coordinator for two successful USAID funded WASH proposals and project manager for a USAID funded social enterprise program in Niger. Paul is fluent in French and has extensive work experience in Francophone Africa. He is looking for an opportunity to work in Sub-Saharan Africa or supporting projects in that region with a Christian INGO. Contact Paul at pamosley99 [at] gwmail.gwu.edu 
Last Updated ( Tuesday, 31 January 2017 14:32 )