Stephanie Weiland, MSc
Stefanie Weiland has had wide ranging experience in international development and global health organizations, moving into increasingly responsible leadership positions across Africa, Asia, and Eastern Europe. She is currently Executive Vice President of Programs for American Leprosy Missions in charge of their global operations. For eight years prior she worked for LifeNet International, an NGO that provides clinic management services to private health facilities in central Africa. She began her career there as Country Manager in Burundi, and after four years was promoted to Executive Director of LifeNet in the U.S., managing a global team and scaling impact from ten clinics in one country in Africa to 130 clinics in four countries, including Uganda.
Stefanie received her BS in Foreign Service from Georgetown University and her MS in Development Studies from The London School of Economics. She has also studied at the U.S. Air Force Academy and received a certificate in development management from the Monterey Institute of International Studies. She is currently pursuing a MS in Public Health from The London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. Stefanie’s background is especially relevant as Bulamu expands the Health Center Excellence management program to government health facilities across Uganda.