Kate Wilson

Technical Advisor

Kate Wilson is a Technical Advisor at Management Sciences for Health (MSH) for the USAID-supported Leadership, Management & Governance Project (LMG). Within LMG’s portfolio of work, Kate manages and oversees the technical direction for LMG’s activities that strengthen the leadership capacity, management systems, and sustainability of partner organizations providing services for especially vulnerable groups, including victims of torture, civilian victims of conflict, children at risk, and people with disabilities. Additionally, she focuses on leadership of change and systematic planning for scale up with the IBP Consortium. Before joining MSH, she supported the Health Systems Strengthening team in USAID’s Office of HIV/AIDS through the Global Health Fellows Program. Kate provided technical assistance to various PEPFAR country programs focusing on health systems strengthening in HIV epidemics driven by most-at-risk-populations and programming for country ownership. Prior to USAID, Kate reviewed the state of evidence for the impact of management and leadership in global health programs and developed a compendium of 57 case studies for the CDC. She brings field experience from serving as a Community Health Mobilization Officer for an HIV/AIDS program in Ethiopia. Kate’ s interests lie in strategic leadership, performance improvement, social entrepreneurship, and supporting women leaders with experience in academia, not-for-profits, government agencies, and both the public and private sectors. She holds a Master of Public Health degree with a concentration in Global Health Management. Contact: [email protected].