Bolanle Oyeledun, MBBS, MPH
Is the Chief Executive Officer, Center for Integrated Health Programs. She has 27 years of experience in health systems, policy development and program management and demonstrated track record of leadership. She has experience working with governments across sub-Saharan Africa, specialized foundations (GAVI Alliance, The GFATM), U.N. agencies, particularly UNAIDS, WHO, UNFPA and UNICEF, as well as international and local non-governmental organizations. She has held various senior leadership roles in the successful management and implementation of major integrated health and development programs for HIV and AIDS, other infectious diseases, reproductive health management, implementations science, maternal, newborn and child health projects in low-resource settings. Dr. Oyeledun has spearheaded and successfully transitioned multi-year international grants of $150 million to indigenous management. She IS THE PI of the GFATM)/implementation science research funded by the WHO/DFATD-Canadian government AND THE MTN Foundation..