Sarah Nabukera is a primary care and public health physician with over 15 years of experience as a technical expert in Maternal and Child Health (MCH) and HIV/AIDS programming. She is also a trained epidemiologist, public health researcher, and health surveillance, monitoring and evaluation (M&E) specialist who has led and supported a wide range of public health research and evaluation projects and has developed and implemented critical surveillance and evaluation systems. Sarah is a strategic information and data analysis expert who is highly skilled at developing and improving data management systems, using data visualization to communicate key findings and messages, and leveraging technology to improve data collection and analysis. She is also an experienced teacher, mentor and capacity building advocate who has authored dozens of program technical reports and peer-reviewed journal articles and presented at a wide range of technical conferences. Sarah has experience working in Africa and the United States. She joined Pact from Social and Scientific, where she served as Senior Technical Advisor for HIV and MCH supporting their Africa projects. Sarah is a trained physician and obtained her medical degree from Mbarara University of Science and Technology and post-graduate training in public health earning a Doctor of Public Health from the University of Alabama at Birmingham.