Brandon K. Bennett, MPH

Began his career in Uganda as a United States Peace Corps Volunteer where he directed a micro-finance program providing people living with HIV access to capital necessary to start small businesses.  While there he also created the Asaph Children Education Fund, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing scholarships to children who would otherwise have no access to education, an endeavor he continues to lead. He spent 5 years as an Improvement Advisor with the Institute for Healthcare Improvement, assisting their efforts in low and middle income countries. Brandon continues to serve as an Improvement Advisor on IHI’s global initiatives and remains faculty for IHI’s Improvement Advisor Professional Development Program. His work with Improvement Science Consulting has diversified his experience to include work in multiple countries and across varying sectors, recently adding the field of education.  In 2012 Brandon partnered with Ko Awatea, a Healthcare Improvement Organization in New Zealand, to guide its senior team, as they lead a portfolio of diverse programs targeting population health and safety issues at the national, regional and local levels. He has co-authored papers related to quality improvement and has given numerous presentations on improvement science at conferences around the world.

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