Senior Program Manager, Multisectoral Malaria Programming
Based in Washington, D.C.
Joe is responsible for developing ways to merge CRS' short and long-term work on malaria with other program areas, like nutrition and education.
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As senior program manager for CRS, Joe develops plans to help merge CRS’ short-term and long-term work on malaria with other relevant programs – like ones focused on nutrition – to help accelerate the end of the disease. Once these plans are developed and put into place, Joe is also responsible for the monitoring and evaluation of them, so that he can share their successes and lessons learned with other staff and partners.
Joe is responsible for teaching CRS staff and partners worldwide how to strengthen their malaria response in other areas of their humanitarian work. Along with this, he also researches new potential organizations in the malaria sector for CRS to partner with.
He also provides guidance to CRS staff on how to launch their own research, making sure that all research activities are in line with CRS, donor, and industry guidelines and best practices.
Before joining CRS, Joe worked as a technical advisor on malaria for both Population Services International and Management Services for Health. In these roles, Joe was responsible for high-quality malaria programs and provided technical assistance on infectious diseases for several countries.
Areas of Expertise
Tulane University School of Public Health
Doctorate of Public Health
Master of Public Health
Hampden Sydney College