MEL Project Manager
Marlyatou Diallo Sidibe (commonly called Marly) is originally from Guinea (West Africa). She has lived in the United States since 1995. Ms. Sibide spent 3 years mainly working overseas to gain more in-depth knowledge about fieldwork and the impact of public health interventions in poor settings. She holds an undergraduate degree in Health Education from North Carolina Central University and an MPH in Global Health from Capella University. Over the years, Ms. Sibide has worked with numerous NGOs at the headquarters and field level, backstopping projects funded by the U.S. Government, Global Fund, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, World Bank, and private donors in the areas of malaria, HIV/AIDS, health system strengthening, and maternal and child health. Ms. Sibide is very passionate about public health issues around the globe. She is fluent in French, Fulani, Mandingo, and Sosso.