Chetna Chawla is Technology Director of Global Health and has more than 20 years’ experience in technology consulting, delivering high-impact electronic governance programs. She has experience in health informatics solutions for donors and nongovernmental organizations. She served as Program Director to the U.S. Government’s Health Information Policy and Advocacy Project in Cambodia, strengthening the quality and relevance of health data available for decision-making and supporting the Royal Government of Cambodia’s Decentralization and Deconcentration initiative.

Chetna also led several national strategic and health initiatives in India in rural health, AIDS, leprosy, and malaria, covering program implementation, IT-enabled reporting and monitoring tools including health information systems, dashboards, GIS, and mobile interventions. She was involved with several central and state health departments in defining their strategies and implementing interoperability between various health systems integrated with national health systems.



Kate Heuisler

Kate Heuisler is currently the Chief of Party for the Development Innovations project in Cambodia, a project designed as an innovation “lab” to support civil society organizations, social enterprises and young innovators to design and use of information and communication technology (ICT) tools to better address local community needs.

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