- Dr. Mohammed Al Ayoubi
- Senior Partner - Healthcare
- APAX Healthcare
Mohammed Al Ayoubi is a leading healthcare strategy and operations consultant and trainer with over 25 years of experience working with many leading international organizations across both the healthcare and non-healthcare sectors.
Throughout his career, Mohammed worked with and for iconic institutes such as the National Health Service (NHS), Harvard Medical School, Johns Hopkins, Cleveland Clinic, Bumrungrad International Hospital, FedEx and Airbus Industries. Mohammed’s professional highlights include healthcare strategy design and operational mobilization with a focus on a sustainable commercial and financial outcomes.
His specialties include in-depth organization wide assessment and evaluations, service excellence benchmarking, process mapping,
operational analysis, and training. As the Head of Healthcare Consulting in Dubai, he currently assists healthcare organizations in the Middle East effectively transform their strategies and operations.
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- Dr Meshack Ndirangu
- Executive Coach, Country Director
- Amref Health Africa
A holder of the MBChB (1996), he did his Master of Public Health (MPH) (2006) as well as MBA (2010), Dr. Meshack Ndirangu is a reputable Executive Coach accredited through UK Academy of Executive Coaching (2014) and a Country Director of Amref Health Africa in Kenya; bound on a mission to contribute to lasting improvement in the health of people in the region by positioning their organization as a leading catalyst for change in the health sector.
A highly developed tech-savvy accredited coach and strategist, he's shown a highly developed capability in leadership & people development towards development initiatives in Africa, with more than 20 years experience working in non-profit organizations, government and in partnership with private sector. He's also been involved in Grant management for multiple donors; management of finances, procurement, human resources & performance, M & E, quality, compliance, & risk as well as Institutional capacity development for
His involvement in the deployment of the balanced scorecard, Public health program execution & oversight: health systems strengthening; reproductive, maternal & child health; HIV, TB, malaria; non communicable diseases; water, sanitation & hygiene, & livelihoods; community development has seen to the enhancement of organizational effectiveness.
As part of a bigger picture, he has an ambitious vision embedded in the organization's goal to sustainably improve quality & access to health care for 25 million people, train 120,000 health workers at management, facility & community levels, and have 25 million more people with financial protection through health insurance.