VMG works with its partners to help create and maintain effective global health systems, aiming to improve and save lives. Robust public health infrastructures are vital in our interconnected world to prevent, detect, and respond to global health threats and build healthy communities.Find out more
PEPFAR Support and Management, Systems Strengthening, Country Operational and Strategic Plan Development, Updating, and Monitoring, Interagency Collaboration, FETP Design and Development.
Performance Monitoring, Evaluation Planning, Design, and Implementation, Agency Evaluation Guidance Updating, Technical Assistance.
Acquisition and Procurement Support, Financial and Fiscal Management, Report Creation and Monitoring, Cooperative Agreement Management, Continuity Plan Review.
Manuscript and Abstract Development, Partner and Community Engagement, Collateral Development and Clearance, Report Writing and Editing.
Health Information Systems Development and Management, COVID-19 Sentinel Surveillance Development and Monitoring, Surveillance Data Management, Survey, Training, And Surveillance Data Interpretation.
Data Collection, Qualitative and Quantitative Data Analysis, Data Management, Data Visualization and Reporting, Data Management Systems Review.
Our Global Health practice is led by Linda Williams. Ms. Williams is a skilled consultant with over 30 years of experience. She has in-depth knowledge of contracts, proposals, and negotiations. She has worked in several leadership roles, often supervising and mentoring others.
Ms. Williams spent many years at the HHS/Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), in the Office of Acquisition Services (OAS), supporting the Center for Global Health. She worked as the Contracting Officer and Lead Contract Specialist while there.
She also worked at the Defense Contract Management Agency, where she served as an Administrative/Termination Contracting Officer and a Contract Cost Price Analyst.
At VMG, Ms. Williams applies her expertise in the public sector to her work in global health. Her cultural understanding allows her to undertake the work necessary for improving the health of communities around the world. She applies systematic analysis to recognize the influences of both healthcare-related and non-healthcare-related factors on her strategy.