Rose Nzyoka is the Country Representative, Palladium: Make It Possible Kenya. She is a seasoned public health professional with more than 20 years of experience in supporting public health and health informatics interventions in various capacities in Kenya, South Sudan, Zambia, and Swaziland working with Ministries of Health and projects funded by USAID, CDC, UNICEF, Hellen Keller Foundation, Caritas international among other donors. She holds a BSc from Moi University, an MSc in Information Systems from the University of Sunderland UK and is currently completing a PhD program in Public Health Informatics, focusing on data for sustaining HIV epidemic control. She has worked in various leadership and management capacities including Chief of party for a health informatics and governance project and serves on the global digital health network as Co-chair.
She has worked in the public, corporate and development sectors playing various roles. Some of the organizations she has worked with include Kenyatta National hospital, Barclays bank of Kenya, International training and education centre for health (ITECH) Kenya, Abt associates, World food program, Caritas International, UNICEF, Tropical Health LLC, Fred Hollows foundation Kenya and GIZ among others.
She has a wealth of experience in managing global health and digital health projects and has a keen interest in use of data to support evidence-based decision making.