Isaiah Owolabi is the co-founder and project director, of HACEY Health Initiative and consultant on corporate sustainability, research and development initiatives. He leads teams that help to mobilize public, private and social sector resources and competence to accelerate impact of health, education and economic productivity programs in Africa. He is also the co-founder and Executive Chair of the International Youth Alliance on Family Planning (IYAFP).

He has acquired experience designing, planning, implementing, monitoring, evaluating and reporting programs funded by US government, Australia government, Bill and Melinda Gates institute and other donors focused on improving environmental health, HIV/AIDS, maternal health, sexual and reproductive health and economic empowerment programs in Africa. His awards and recognitions include the President Obama’s Mandela Washington Fellowship, the prestigious Queen Elizabeth Young Leader Award, He was an Atlas Corps Fellow and managed the Corporate Alliance on Malaria in Africa (CAMA) for GBCHealth. He won the Commonweath Youth Award. And selected as one of 120 under 40 New Generation of family planning leaders.

His Specialties Are:

Program development and coordination

Monitoring and Evaluation

Environmental Sustainability Knowledge and information management

Qualitative and Quantitative research

Policy Advocacy and Campaigns development and management

Strategic health communication

Deploying technology for social good

Catalysing public-private sector partnership