Strategic Management Team

 

Lawrence Haddad, Executive Director of GAIN

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lawrence Haddad
Executive Director

Lawrence Haddad became the Executive Director of GAIN in October 2016. Prior to this Lawrence was the founding co-chair and lead author of the Global Nutrition Report from 2014 to 2016. From 2004-2014 Lawrence was the Director of the Institute of Development Studies (IDS), the world’s leading development studies institute. Before joining IDS in 2004, he was Director of the Food Consumption and Nutrition Division at the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) from 1994 to 2004. From 2009-2010 Lawrence was the UK’s representative on the Steering Committee of the High Level Panel of Experts (HLPE) of the UN’s Committee on World Food Security (CSF). He was the President of the UK and Ireland’s Development Studies Association from 2010 to 2012. An economist, Lawrence completed his PhD in Food Research at Stanford University in 1988. 

lhaddad@gainhealth.org

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Steve Godfrey
Director, Policy & External Relations

Steve joined GAIN in 2012 following five years as Managing Director of the Commonwealth Business Council, where he was responsible for investment and policy work with heads of government in more than 50 countries. He has worked as an advisor to the UK Department for International Development, Canadian Foreign Minister and President of the Queen’s Privy Council of Canada, and has consulted to the United Nations, World Bank, European Union and various international companies. Steve was appointed Head of the Commonwealth office in South Africa from 1993 to1999, leading the Commonwealth technical assistance program during the country’s transition to majority rule. He later managed the private sector consultations of the Commission for Africa chaired by then UK Prime Minister Tony Blair. Steve began his career working for development NGOs, including Oxfam and War on Want in the UK and Inter Pares in Canada. He holds an MA in Philosophy from the University of Edinburgh and is a Fellow of the Royal Society for the Arts.

sgodfrey@gainhealth.org

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Elizabeth Maddison
Director, Strategic Operations

Elizabeth has joined GAIN following eight years as Director of Strategic Operations and Secretary to the Board at the Institute of Development Studies. Prior to that, she held senior roles in UK further and higher education, working nationally and institutionally. The latter included a decade leading the strategic planning and projects function at a UK University including work on widening participation in higher education and university/community engagement. A very long time ago, she obtained a BA in Politics, Philosophy and Economics, an MA in Education and an MPA. At IDS she led the professional functions across HR, Finance, IT and Facilities, supporting £22m turnover and 240 staff. Relevant projects there included a significant governance review and refresh; searches for the Director and Board Chair; work on pensions, incentives and reward; financial sustainability; risk management; various restructures; and major collaborations.

emaddison@gainhealth.org 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Saul Morris
Director, Program Services

Saul comes to GAIN after three years at the Children’s Investment Fund Foundation (CIFF), where he oversaw a $200m grant portfolio including all of the organisation’s investments in combating chronic malnutrition and anaemia. He has more than twenty-five years’ experience in international nutrition, having worked in research at the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) and as Head of the Public Health Nutrition Unit at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine (LSHTM), and as a funder at Department for International Development (DFID) and at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF). He has more than eighty publications in peer-reviewed journals, including as one of the lead authors of the first (2008) Lancet series on maternal and child nutrition. He has worked intensively with partners to implement vitamin A, and zinc, supplementation programmes in Africa and South Asia; nutrition-sensitive conditional cash transfer schemes and agricultural development projects in Latin America, India, and Africa, and community health worker platforms in Africa and Bangladesh.

smorris@gainhealth.org

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Lynnette M. Neufeld
Director, Knowledge Leadership

Under Lynnette’s leadership, the Knowledge Leadership team works with the programmatic areas within GAIN to develop strategic research and learning agendas and provides the technical support to ensure quality in design, implementation, and timely dissemination of such work. The unit also leads on GAINs internal performance measurement. Lynnette comes to GAIN with over twenty-five years of experience in the field of nutrition where she has worked in a variety of technical advisory and academic positions. Lynnette continues to be highly active in the global nutrition community as chair of the Micronutrient Forum Steering Committee, a Board member of the American Society of Nutrition, among many other global activities.

lneufeld@gainhealth.org

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tarun Vij
Director, Country Programs

Tarun Vij joined GAIN India as Country Director in September 2015. Combining eighteen years entrepreneurial experience in the commercial sector with ten years in leadership positions in international development, Tarun brings a unique perspective on challenges and opportunities in developing sustainable solutions when scaling up access and service delivery to under-served communities. For the past four years, Tarun has led PATH’s global health portfolio in India with project teams executing projects on vaccines and immunization, maternal & new-born health and nutrition, tuberculosis control, diarrheal disease and more. Prior to PATH, he served as the Country Director of the America India Foundation, where he led the development and implementation of a strategy to scale up programs including interventions in primary and secondary education for children of migrant workers; and also spent three years as project director at TCI Foundation, the implementing partner of Avahan: The India AIDS Initiative of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF).

tvij@gainhealth.org

 

Senior Managers

Our Senior Management Forum is made up of our executive management team and our country directors.

EAMONN BAMBURY
Head of Finance

ebambury@gainhealth.org

KATIA SANTOS DIAS
Country Director, Mozambique

ksdias@gainhealth.org

GREG S. GARRETT
Director, Food Policy & Financing

ggarrett@gainhealth.org

TON HAVERKORT
Country Director, Ethiopia

thaverkort@gainhealth.org

CATHERINE GEE
Head of the Development Office, London

cgee@gainhealth.org

LEAH KAGUARA
Country Director, Kenya

lkaguara@gainhealth.org 

RUDABA KHONDKER
Country Director, Bangladesh

rkhondker@gainhealth.org

BONNIE MCCLAFFERTY
Director, Food Value Chain

bmcclafferty@gainhealth.org

RAVI MENON
Country Director, Indonesia

rmenon@gainhealth.org

ENOCK MUSINGUZI
Country Director, Tanzania

emusinguzi@gainhealth.org

MICHAEL OJO
Country Director, Nigeria

mojo@gainhealth.org

QAISER MUNIR PASHA
Country Director, Pakistan

qmpasha@gainhealth.org

DOMINIC SCHOFIELD
Director, GAIN Canada and Senior Technical Advisor Policy and Programs

dschofield@gainhealth.org

HERBERT SMORENBURG
Senior Manager, Netherlands

hsmorenburg@gainhealth.org

JONATHAN TENCH
Senior Manager, SUN Business Network

jtench@gainhealth.org

ARNOLD TIMMER
Director, Targeted Dietary Improvement Programmes

atimmer@gainhealth.org

TARUN VIJ
Country Director, India

tvij@gainhealth.org

FIRAS ZUHAIRI
Head of IT/IS

fzuhairi@gainhealth.org