The A coordinated set of activities that targets resources to achieve a specific health goal or goals and is typically time-limited. The ability of a campaign to achieve specific objectives related to coverage, equity, efficiency and impact Coalition’s program office is located at The Task Force for Global Health. The team guides the Coalition towards its strategic objectives by supporting management, coordination and communication, and facilitates Implementation aims to develop strategies for available or new health interventions in order to improve access to, and the use of, these interventions by the populations in need. research and knowledge management Collaboration involves the sharing of specific campaign components between vertical health programs and can be thought of as collaborative delivery or partial integration. Collabor with Coalition members.
Kristin Saarlas, ScD, MPH
Kristin Saarlas serves as the Director where she provides strategic oversight and technical direction to the Coalition. Kris returned to The Task Force in December 2019 after 9 years with USAID working as a Sr. The systematic and objective assessment of the relevance, adequacy, progress, efficiency, effectiveness and impact of a course of actions, in relation to objectives and taking into Advisor based in Jerusalem, Washington D.C. and Ethiopia and as the East Africa Regional Advisor for the U.S. Peace Corps, also based in Ethiopia. From 1994-2007, Kris worked at The Task Force as the Deputy Director of the All Kids Count Program and Public Health Informatics Institute. Previously, she was at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention working on the Combating Childhood Communicable Diseases Program and began her public health career working on Guinea Worm eradication as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Benin. Kris holds a ScD in health systems management and MPH in international health from Tulane University and a BA in international relations from Michigan State University.
Eva Bazant, DrPH, MPH
Sr. Associate Director, Implementation Research
Eva Bazant works with the Coalition to develop and implement a learning and research agenda on campaign The ability of a campaign to achieve specific objectives related to coverage, equity, efficiency and impact and integration. Eva is an applied program evaluator and mixed-methods researcher with 20+ years of global health experience. Previously, at Jhpiego, she served as Research Team Lead and Sr. The continuous oversight of an activity to assist in its supervision and to see that it proceeds according to plan. Monitoring involves the specification of methods to measure acti, The systematic and objective assessment of the relevance, adequacy, progress, efficiency, effectiveness and impact of a course of actions, in relation to objectives and taking into and Research Advisor, collaborating with multi-disciplinary teams working in maternal and newborn health, reproductive health/family planning, HIV and cervical cancer prevention, care and service demand, gender and disability services, mainly in Sub-Saharan Africa. While at the International Planned Parenthood Federation, Western Hemisphere Region, Eva advised programs in sexual and reproductive health and rights in Latin America and the Caribbean. She holds doctoral and masters of public health degrees from Johns Hopkins University and Columbia University, is fluent in French and Spanish, and has co-authored 40+ peer-reviewed articles and reports for international development agencies and sponsors.
Leah Denise Wyatt, MSc
Sr. Associate Coalition Director
Leah Denise Wyatt plans, facilitates, and leads strategic development for the Coalition, serving as a liaison to Coalition members and partners. Leah has over 18 years of experience in strategic learning and communication. Her work has focused on knowledge network design, Collaboration involves the sharing of specific campaign components between vertical health programs and can be thought of as collaborative delivery or partial integration. Collabor, communication, and facilitating evidence-based dialogue and action planning. She comes to The Task Force after spending over five years with USAID serving as a Learning Advisor in Washington, DC and Kampala, Uganda. Previously, Leah led knowledge management at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in service to a USAID-funded cooperative agreement. Leah holds a Master of Science degree in Information and Knowledge Strategy from Columbia University, and a Bachelor of Science degree in Journalism from the University of Oregon.
Allison Snyder, MPH
Allison Snyder is the project manager for the Coalition. In this role she provides support, management, and strategic planning and guidance for the program and the coalition. She joined the Coalition in 2020, after 4 years serving in a management and support role within The Task Force’s Neglected Tropical Diseases Support Center, the secretariat for the Coalition for Operational Research on Neglected Tropical Diseases (COR-NTD). Allison has broad domestic and global health and development experience, including 3 years as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Rwanda, leading health education initiatives, providing program design and Implementation aims to develop strategies for available or new health interventions in order to improve access to, and the use of, these interventions by the populations in need. support and leading project and portfolio management. Allison holds a Bachelor of Science in International Affairs from Florida State University and a Master of Public Health from Emory University.
Sarah Gilbreath, MS, MA
Sarah Gilbreath is the communications manager for the Coalition. She joined the Task Force in 2020, after more than 8 years as a brand communications specialist in both New York and Atlanta. Her clients have included some of the world’s most recognizable brands, ranging from fashion and beauty to food and finance. Most recently, she handled corporate communications and marketing for companies in the financial sector, including financial risk management firms and global asset managers. Sarah holds a Bachelor of Science in Science, Technology and Culture from Georgia Tech, a Master of Science in the History of Science and Technology from Georgia Tech, and a Master of Art in media production from Royal Holloway, University of London. .