The purpose of the Global Implementation Society (GIS) is to promote and establish coherent and collaborative approaches to implementation practice, science, and policy. The GIS promotes the development and integration of effective implementation, improvement, and scaling practices in human service settings in order to improve outcomes for children, families, individuals, and communities worldwide.
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GIS Board of Directors
Ejemai Eboreime is a physician with postgraduate training and expertise in public health, implementation science, and health systems research. He has about 15 years’ experience in global health, health systems strengthening, community and primary health care, and health program management.
Dr. María Fernández is Vice President of Population Health and Implementation Science at the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth Houston) and the founding Co-Director of the UTHealth Houston Institute for Implementation Science.
Jenice Pizzuto is a systems, change, and implementation expert and author. She is the founder of IMPACT Lead & Succeed. She served as the Professional Learning and Resources Committee Chair before joining the GIS board. Her volunteer commitment also includes serving Learning Forward, where she helped form the Learning Forward Oregon Affiliate and served as president and vice president of the Oregon affiliate.
Dr. Beatrice Wamuti is a Takemi postdoctoral fellow at the Harvard School of Public Health with a PhD in Global Health – Implementation Science from the University of Washington (UW), in addition to being a registered medical doctor (University of Nairobi) with an MBA (Strathmore University) and MPH (UW).