ASAP has a new, dynamic leadership team. At the start of February 2015 ASAP’s founder, Robin Gorna, moved to Geneva to lead PMNCH (the Partnership for Maternal, Newborn and Child Health).

Hilary Nkulu and Sue Perez – ASAP’s new leadership team – will be supported by Jeff Hoover. Together they span 3 continents: Africa, Asia and North America. Their locations, as well as their very different backgrounds, mirror the diversity of skills, expertise and talents of the 50 Associates ASAP draws on to deliver high quality projects and consultancies. Now entering its 5th year, ASAP has supported a diverse range of clients and delivered a wide-ranging portfolio of work, including the flagship project Women4GlobalFund, which will now be led by Rachel Ong. Rachel will coordinate and lead the W4GF Secretariat, which has been established to revitalise this important community mobilisation.

ASAP’s high performing team is noted for its diversity, deep connection to most affected communities, and strong reputation for delivering high quality projects that advance the quality of global health policy and practice. Contact ASAP at: and

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