Our partnerships combine co-creative and design processes with rigorous quantitative, qualitative and mixed methods research.
Swiss TPH’s vision is to achieve significant improvements of human health and well-being through a better understanding of disease- and health systems and acting on this knowledge. Their mandate is to contribute to the improvement of the health of populations internationally, nationally and locally through excellence in research, services and teaching and training.Learn More
Xavier Bosch-Capblanch (XBC) is a Medical Doctor, with an official speciality degree in Public Health and MSc in Tropical Medicine and Hygiene (Spain). He is Group Leader at the Systems Support Unit, at the Swiss TPH (Basel). See Bio
Christian Auer is a Public Health Specialist with a focus on the control of tuberculosis and multidrug-resistant tuberculosis at the Swiss Centre for International Health, Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute. See Bio
Meike Zuske’s main interest is in the intersection between public health and social sciences and politics. In her postgraduate studies she is taking a critical look at the relation between science and politics and how this relation shapes discursive fields of action. See Bio
Caitlin Jarrett, MPH (Imperial College London) supports an interdisciplinary approach to global health. She has extensive experience in conducting systematic reviews, particularly on immunization and vaccine hesitancy (WHO/LSHTM) and HIV prevention (LSHTM). See Bio
gravitytank defines breakthrough products, services and experiences—identifying new opportunities, reinvigorating brands, and disrupting industries to help clients create significant economic value and social impact. Their consultants are diverse in background and aligned in purpose—combining strategy, design, and research to bring clarity to the challenges of innovation.Learn More
David, an associate partner at gravitytank, has developed innovation strategies in multiple industries and has deep experience in the automotive, software and consumer package good industries. See Bio
Amy believes in the power of design to create positive change in the world. She has worked on projects aimed at reducing violence in Chicago, redesigning child immunization records, and catalyzing design thinking with healthcare professionals. See Bio
Michelle collaborates with clients to discover unmet needs and translate those insights into tangible, real-world opportunities for growth. For more than 15 years, she has been helping companies with qualitative and quantitative research. See Bio
Technical Advisory Group
Blanche is a medical doctor, with a public health background. She worked in Cameroon as pediatrician in a public hospital, then as EPI manager for 3 years before joining WHO country office as focal person for immunization and child health for 12 years.
Abdallah Bchir is a professor of public health (Medical school Tunisia). He joined Gavi in 2002 and acted as M&E officer and then as evaluation specialist. Currently, he heads the evaluation unit of Gavi.
David Brown, Chair
David Brown, a global public health professional, is Director, Brown Consulting Group International, LLC, a small firm focused on providing assistance in delivering data driven, evidence-based approaches to problem solving and technical support to evaluation and monitoring of population health outcomes while leveraging available evidence to improve the health and well-being of communities more broadly. See Bio
Marta Gacic Dobo
Marta Gacic Dobo works in WHO since 1994 on monitoring and evaluation and health statistics. She currently holds a position of Manager, Immunization Strategy Information in department of Expended Programme on Immunization. See Bio
Richard Grefé is the director emeritus of AIGA, the professional association for design, the oldest and largest professional association of designers in the United States representing the interests of 27,000 designers working in a variety of communication media and dimensions, ranging from type and book designers to new media and experience designers. See Bio
Sandy Oliver is Professor of Public Policy at UCL Institute of Education. For twenty five years her interests have focused on the interaction between researchers and people making decisions in their professional and personal lives. See Bio
Chris Wolff is currently a Deputy Director in Vaccine Delivery at the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and leads the team that focuses on strengthening immunization systems – the people, processes, products, and financing that are needed to immunize people around the world. See Bio