Eileen Reynolds has nearly 20 years of experience in project management, health IT implementation, monitoring and evaluation (M&E), information systems analysis and implementation, and qualitative data analysis for U.S. and international projects. Ms. Reynolds is currently Surveillance and Information Systems coordinator for the Global Health Security Cooperative Agreement in Guinea funded by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). She develops and implements strategies to improve the disease surveillance information system and mentors a team of local professionals.
Ms. Reynolds recently managed IT implementation of one of the world’s largest online databases for neglected tropical diseases (NTD) information, for the U.S. Agency for International Development’s NTD Envision Project, funded and implemented by USAID. In recent years Ms. Reynolds successfully led RTI’s proposal and managed a CDC-funded cooperative agreement in Zimbabwe to strengthen health information systems. She also managed a private sector–funded eHealth project in the Philippines from 2009-2014 that was awarded follow-on grants by the client four times and scaled up from 4 to more than 100 health facilities. Her knowledge and experience in M&E have been applied in multiple projects, both domestic and international, to establish performance measures, create plans and set up systems for data collection, create training materials, train M&E personnel, and develop written M&E plans for projects.