Dr. Mercy Jebet Seii brings in a wealth of experience from the Public Health arena where she has mainly been implementing HIV related programs. Previously she worked in Migori and Turkana counties implementing CDC and USAID funded projects among others where she was in charge of rolling out HIV services to Government, Faith Based and Private facilities ensuring integration and decentralization of services to rural and marginalized health facilities and communities. She was also tasked with strengthening health systems by working closely with the MoH both in the centralized and devolved system by establishing TWGs and strengthening existing ones. She also has some experience in MNCH programing gained while she briefly worked in Kibera and Korogocho slums through a CSO affiliated with Persons with Disabilities (PWD) to strengthen health facilities and community response to the population. She has a keen interest in operational research and is trained in QI. She holds a Doctor of Medicine degree from St. George’s University, Grenada and a Masters of Public Health degree from St. Vincent, West Indies.