Joyce

Wanderi

Chief Executive Officer

PS Kenya

Joyce Wanderi has more than 13 years of experience in social/private sector marketing including 10 years in public health managing large-scale national health programs in maternal and child health, malaria, reproductive health and HIV. She is responsible for providing strategic direction, health program development, technical oversight and management of a team of over 300 staff. In the last five years, she led the scale-up of social franchising to a countrywide Tunza franchise. Her expertise also extends to health financing, strategic planning, marketing planning, social behavior change communication, brand development and performance improvement facilitation.

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