Jeremy Hand



HIV; Malaria; Reproductive Health; Market development; Private sector engagement; M&E; Health Systems Strengthening; Qualitative Research;

Jeremy has over twenty years of experience working in the fundraising, start-up, strategy, management, and evaluation of global health programs. He is a dynamic leader with demonstrated experience in managing multi-cultural teams in complex operating environments in North and South America and sub-Saharan Africa, including Angola and Somalia. A specialist in program start-up, Jeremy uses his ability to bring people together to develop strategies that lead to change and sustainable impact. 

Applying a Total Market Approach, he has been instrumental in developing, launching and marketing products, services, social franchising networks, and behavior change communications programs addressing a variety of health areas including HIV/AIDS, malaria, safe water and reproductive health. He has expertise in program strategy and start-up, performance improvement, clinical quality assurance, organizational development, facilitation, and strengthening staff and partner capacity. Jeremy holds a Masters degree in International Relations from the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies. He is known for his stellar communication skills, sense of humor and maintaining calm under pressure.