Mr Aryc Mosher

Aryc Mosher, joined the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation in July 2013 and works on the foundation's contributions to the London Declaration underneath the NID Global Health. Prior to joining the foundation, Aryc was a part of The Carter Center health programmes for nine years.  He was a Resident Technical Advisor to the National Guinea Worm Eradication Programme in Ghana and was later promoted to the position as the Assistant Programme Director to lend assistance to the in overseeing all operations for the Guinea Worm Eradication Programme at the Centre’s headquarters in Atlanta.  Over the years, he moved to similar leadership positions of management for the malaria and trachoma control programmes.

Prior to that, Aryc worked for a non-profit agency dedicated to improving the quality of life (health, education, and employment opportunities) for migrant and seasonal farmworkers throughout Michigan. Aryc has spent more than 15 years of volunteering, working and researching in Mali, West Africa; beginning as a Peace Corps Volunteer in 1990.  He holds and MPH in epidemiology from the University of Michigan.

Aryc supports the NTDs, VL and London Declaration work of the Diagnostics Modelling Consortium.

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