Martin

Dale

Director, Digital Health & Monitoring

PSI Global

As Director for Digital Health and Monitoring, Martin is responsible for executing the institutional Digital Strategy focused on increasing access and personalized delivery of health information, products and services using digital solutions. In addition, he is responsible for powering data-driven performance improvement using routinely available data. He previously served as PSI’s Deputy Director within the Evidence Department, and has held other roles in the organisation including at the field level working as PSI South Sudan as a Monitoring and Evaluation specialist. Martin joined PSI from the British Civil Service, where he worked as a government Senior Policy Analyst for a number of years. He earned a bachelor’s in Development Economics and a Masters in Demography, both from institutions in the United Kingdom.

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