Michelle M. Lang-Alli, MPH is the current Director for the USAID Office of Health for the Philippines, Pacific, and Mongolia.

Dr. Rosalind G. Vianzon is currently the Division Chief of the Healthy Workplace and Environment Division under the Health Promotion Bureau of the Department of Health. She has been with the Department, for almost 32 years of service as of date. After graduating from the University of Santo Tomas, her first work was into Public Health, then serving as a Rural Health Physician in Colo, Dinalupihan, Bataan, and being the only doctor in the area, much of her days were spent on community
health.

Engr. Wyona Kay Rativo has a degree in BS Chemical Engineering at University of Sto. Tomas and MS Environmental Engineering at the University of the Philippines – Diliman. She currently works as Engineer II at at the Environmental Management Bureau, Environmental Quality Management Division at the Department of Environment and Natural Resources.

Kendra Chittenden, Ph.D. is a Senior Infectious Disease Advisor at USAID Bureau for Asia, Office of Technical Support. Dr. Chittenden is part of USAID’s COVID-19 Taskforce and also provides support for TB and Global Health Security programs in 32 countries in Asia. Dr. Chittenden has worked at USAID for 13 years, five in Indonesia, providing technical support for infectious disease and S&T programs. Previously, at the Department of State, Dr. Chittenden was team chief for the Biological Engagement Program. The program supported activities in Russia, Eurasia, Middle East, many parts of Asia, Africa, and Latin America to establish public health and scientific research projects that enhanced international cooperation and best practices. Dr. Chittenden served as a chair for the American Society for Microbiology (ASM) Committee on Sustainable Development and Health Security Partnership. Dr. Chittenden was a Congressional ASM Science and Technology (S&T) fellow and health legislative assistant. Dr. Chittenden has a doctorate degree in Molecular Virology and Microbiology from the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine.

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