Wm. Bradford Herbert - Managing Director
Its founder, Brad Herbert, manages BHA. Mr. Herbert has over 30 years of experience in international development with a focus in the social sectors including health and education. Mr. Herbert was with the World Bank for 27 years where he spent the majority of his tenure based in developing countries. In 2002, he left the World Bank to join and help establish the Global Fund to Fight HIV/AIDs, TB and Malaria. At the Global Fund Brad was the Chief of Operations, with the equivalent rank of Assistant Secretary General at the World Health Organization (WHO) and was responsible for their multi-billion grant program in over 130 countries. As a result of years of development experience and leadership roles, Brad brings a practical, results-oriented approach to program policy, development, and accelerated implementation of health and education projects.
Brad holds a BA in business administration from the University of Maryland and an MBA from George Washington University. He is currently Chair of the Board of Mothers 2 Mothers, an international NGO based in Cape Town working on the prevention of HIV transmission from mother to child. He is also Chair of the Advisory Committee of the Global Sanitation Fund based in Geneva. Brad is also the Chair of the Board of the MATCCH Initiative.
In 2014 Brad, with two colleagues, founded the MATCCH Initiative (Mobilize Action Towards Climate Change and Health), a not for profit organization focusing on the intersection between the impact of climate change on human health.
BHA's business model is to work with Associates who are leading experts in their fields and have proven track records for getting results. List of previous and current Associates are available on request.