Timothy Attoye

Timothy has worked in healthcare and global public health for over 10 years, supporting organizations across the global health ecosystem including policy makers, donor organizations, government agencies, local and international NGOs.

He has worked across a broad range of issues including primary health care, non-communicable diseases, infectious diseases of global health significance, maternal newborn and child health, health systems, global health product development, multilateral partnerships management, investment planning and strategy development.

Prior to joining Global Health Visions, Timothy worked with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation for about four years. He spent three years in the Seattle headquarters of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation working across three global divisions and multiple program strategy teams including the multilateral partnerships, neglected tropical diseases, global health strategy planning and management, global policy and advocacy and the Nigeria country office. Timothy then spent the last year as an independent contractor leading a team of consultants in Nigeria to engage with government and local NGO stakeholders to take stock of Bill and Melinda Gates foundation maternal newborn and child health investments in Nigeria and help chart a course for the next three years of BMGF grant making in maternal newborn and child health in Nigeria.

In addition to working for the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Timothy has also worked for the Lagos University Teaching Hospital, Society for Family Health, John Snow Inc, NOI Polls, and with the Africa regional office of the World Health Organization. He is also currently an affiliate faculty member of the Department of Global Health, University of Washington.

Timothy worked as a physician for over 6 years in underserved communities in Nigeria and earned a fellowship in Family Medicine with the West African College of Physicians. He holds an MPH in Global Health from the Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health, Boston, Massachusetts and earned his medical degree from the University of Lagos, Nigeria.