Head of Program Management, Latin America and Caribbean, Asia and Global Fund

PSI Global

Jamie has more than 16 years of experience managing complex programs and projects that focus on improving and expanding access to health services and products.  She joined PSI in 2005, working for ten years in Haiti & Democratic Republic of Congo, and then Washington DC beginning in 2015.  She has extensive experience, both internationally and at headquarters, leading teams, designing and managing programs, developing and overseeing budgets, driving operational excellence throughout the project lifecycle, and working collaboratively with donors, local governments, and partners. She has long-term experience in malaria prevention and case management in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).  Jamie speaks English and French. 



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Our 2021 Impact

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