Greg Kuzmak
Deputy Director, International Program on Health Policy and Practice Innovations
The Commonwealth Fund

Greg Kuzmak joined the Commonwealth Fund in May 2016 as Deputy Director for the International Program on Health Policy & Practice Innovations. He is responsible for the day-to-day activities of this program, providing daily supervision of the staff and standing in for the Vice President and Director, Robin Osborn, at key meetings as needed. His responsibilities include oversight of the annual international program’s calendar, its budget, website content, Harkness marketing, communication and publications, and events management.

Mr. Kuzmak graduated with a Master’s in Public Health from Columbia University in May 2016 and holds a BA in International Affairs and Geography, with a concentration in global public health, from The George Washington University. From June 2010 to August 2014, he worked at Chemonics International Inc., an employee-owned for-profit international development organization, where for nearly 40 years they have partnered with local and international organizations to promote social and economic change around the world. Mr. Kuzmak was program manager and program associate for the Rwanda Family Health Project, one of the largest public health-focused programs, where he was responsible for supporting home office oversight of program and operational management, business development activities, and supervision of project management team staff. In previous positions, he organized and facilitated international meetings and trips, work that included coordinating with vendors, managing travel logistics and supervising other meeting staff. From October 2015 to April 2015, Mr. Kuzmak worked at ICAP, a global health leader situated at Columbia University, where he was a consultant supporting implementation of global quality improvement trainings. In his final semester of the master’s program, he worked at two different internships. With the Clinton Health Access Initiative, he served as a consultant on the monitoring and evaluation team, supporting an audit of South Africa’s ART and HIV program monitoring and evaluations system, and developing an automated workforce planning tool. For Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies of Johnson & Johnson, he brainstormed and developed content for a blog on global health issues, as well as supported measurement plans and processes for crowdfunded global public health programming.

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