Mercy Lutukai is a public health professional with 12 years of experience designing, initiating, implementing, managing and leading Health and WASH programs in both emergency and development contexts in Africa. Ms. Lutukai’s experience spans different public health work streams and interactions providing technical assistance to communities, sub-national, national and regional levels on health and WASH issues. Her areas of expertise include health system strengthening initiatives; monitoring, evaluation, accountability, and learning; public health supply chain management; integrated disease surveillance and outbreak response, expanded program for immunization; advocacy, communication, and social mobilization, private-public partnerships management; curriculum development; and capacity building. Ms. Lutukai has also collaborated on major efforts to document and disseminate lessons learned from immunization, community health strategy, public health supply chain, cross border health initiative, and program implementation in hard to reach, high movement populations. Her interactions include working in partnership and in coordination with varied countries’ ministries of health in Africa, CORE Group and its implementing partners, UN agencies, GPEI partners, Bilateral and Multilateral partners and donors that include USAID, BMGF, ELMA foundation among others. Ms. Lutukai holds a BSc. Biomedical Sciences from University of Eastern Africa- Baraton, MPH (Epidemiology and Disease Control) from Jaramogi Oginga Odinga University, and is currently a thesis student pursuing MA (Monitoring and Evaluation) at Maseno University.