Olivier Letouzé, is a marketer and social anthropologist. He started his career as a qualitative researcher, advising major consumer brands on marketing strategy and communications. Olivier spent 17 years at Population Services International (PSI), both in the DC headquarters and in Thailand, Mexico, and Madagascar, designing public health interventions. He has launched numerous essential health products like malaria treatment in the private sector or diarrhea treatment kits, and has managed significant projects including a nationwide mosquito net distribution campaign in Madagascar. Olivier was the Director of the Mexico country office, and the Deputy Director of the Research & Metrics department in headquarters. Olivier also has first-hand donor experience, as a Senior Strategy and Policy Officer at the Global Fund.
Most recently, Olivier was the Project Director of a PSI project funded by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs, improving access to contraception and safe abortion for young women aged 15-24. Olivier has direct experience in sub-Saharan Africa, Asia and Latin America and the Caribbean. He has also worked in fragile countries and difficult contexts, for instance with Rohingya refugees in North Rakhine, the Kanem region in Chad and Haiti. Olivier is a native French speaker, fluent in English and Spanish, intermediate in German and a beginner in Dutch.