Mindy Scibilia is a public health and management professional with over 15 years of US and international work experience. She has enjoyed an incredible range of work assignments and personal relationships that have helped support her lifelong goal of improving individual health and opportunity. As Global Director of Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH) at the Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI), Mindy developed results-oriented programs, facilitated coordination between global and country stakeholders, implemented new financing vehicles, reduced supply-chain bottlenecks, and collaborated with colleagues in 20 countries across Africa and Asia. These efforts moved key SRH agenda ahead, introduced and scaled new SRH products, increased access to quality and affordable SRH services, and reduced maternal and newborn mortality. Previously, Mindy managed field operations for Lwala Community Alliance, a health and development organization in Kenya, where she led program operations, designed new community-led programs, and managed finances and grant performance. Mindy also worked as a management consultant at Huron Consulting Group developing processes and techniques to accelerate patient flow and customer satisfaction in major hospital systems across the US. Mindy holds a BSc in Engineering Science and Economics from Vanderbilt University and a Master’s degree in Public Health from Johns Hopkins University.
Global Director, Sexual and Reproductive Health
Clinton Health Access Initiative