Danielson Kennedy (Ken) is a certified M&E Professional with a background in Statistics and has over ten years of experience in design and supervision of data gathering techniques; data collection and analysis; and interpretation, processing, and presentation of numerical information. He has a passion for data for decision making with experience in using statistical data analysis and visualization programs. Ken has experience working with international NGOs having worked and consulted for UNAIDS, IntraHealth International, Born Free Africa, World Vision Kenya, and Living Goods among others. These experiences included multinational donor agencies including Global Fund, CDC, USAID, and International Philanthropic Foundations. Ken’s last assignment was with the Palladium Group’s CDC funded Project; Kenya Health Information Innovation Project as Senior Monitoring & Evaluation and Data Use Advisor. Previously he was seconded to the Ministry of Health’s National AIDS and STI Control Program (NASCOP) as a Strategic Information Specialist where he worked with both the National Government and the Devolved Governments within the Republic of Kenya. Ken has hands-on experience with the Kenya Health Information Management System having trained and mentored on District Health Information System, Early Infant Diagnosis, Viral Load System as well as the Integrated National Data warehouse. Ken holds a Bachelor’s degree in Education Science with a Specialization in Statistics and Master of Science degree in Statistics from Kenyatta University.