Andrew C. Musoke Joins Seed as Chief Operating Officer

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Seasoned public health and management expert to lead strategy, programming, and operations

Seed Global Health welcomes Andrew C. Musoke as our first-ever chief operating officer, part of a longer-term strategy to expand Seed’s global reach, operations, programming, and impact. Andrew brings to the role a notable career in health systems strengthening and nonprofit management, with a focus on operational excellence.

“I am delighted to welcome Andrew to Seed Global Health. His proven track record of leading diverse, global teams to achieve operational and programmatic goals and his deep shared sense of mission are exactly what is needed for this critical new role. His appointment comes at a hugely important time for Seed as we look to deepen and expand our partnerships and impact in the countries where we work,” said Seed CEO Dr. Vanessa Kerry.

As chief operating officer, Andrew will lead strategy, operations, and programming for the organization, ensuring we achieve our impact, growth, and performance goals. Working with leaders across Seed, Andrew will help maximize our strategic partnerships and programs in Malawi, Sierra Leone, Uganda, and Zambia as well as our global impact. 

“I am honored to join Seed Global Health as chief operating officer. I have dedicated my career to expanding equitable access to high-quality health care for everyone, regardless of where they are born or where they live. I look forward to working closely with our Seed colleagues and partners to make the necessary, long-term investments in the health workforce to ensure strong, climate-resilient health systems,” said Andrew.

Prior to Seed, Andrew served in several leadership roles at the Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI), including managing global financial operations and leading a multi-disciplinary team of experts to support Uganda’s Ministry of Health to introduce new drugs, vaccines, and diagnostics into the public and private sectors, conduct market shaping for essential medicines, optimize health supply chains, and design health policy and strategy.

In 2020, Andrew was elected board chair of Uganda’s Global Fund Country Coordinating Mechanism, where he oversees a budget of more than $800 million to support the fight to end HIV, TB, malaria, and COVID-19. He previously served as chair of AIDS Development Partners in Uganda.

Andrew has a Master of Science in Public Policy and Management from University of London’s School of Oriental and African Studies and a Bachelor of Arts in International Studies from Macalester College

Seed Global Health focuses on health systems strengthening and transformation through long-term investments and training of the health workforce. Over the last decade, we have helped educate more than 34,000 doctors, nurses, and midwives in seven countries, helping to improve health care for more than 73 million people. 


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