Sabine Bernard is a global public health policy and international development professional with areas of expertise in health systems strengthening, health financing, policy advocacy and impact investing.
She is an expert at influencing policy and political stakeholders to create an enabling environment to improve health systems in low- income countriesand currently working to leverage and optimize sustainable investments on behalf of United Nations and its development agencies by establishing public private partnerships to support malaria elimination in Haiti, strengthening governance and leveraging policy advocacy in Haiti’s health sector.
A High-level stakeholder management expertise including direct engagement with public sector ;Ministry of Health, Finance and Tourism and development partners including Pan American World Health Organization (PAHO-WHO), World Bank, Global Financing Facility, Global Fund to Fight Aids, TB and Malaria, CDC and Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
She has an immense passion for supporting developing countries thrive with a special place in my heart for Haiti and West Africa. Fluent in French and Haitian-Creole and basic level Spanish.