Garrett Hubbard is Last Mile Health’s Country Director, where he leads community health programming across three counties in Liberia, manages the organization’s relationship with the Ministry of Health, and oversees a staff of 180 people. He brings 15 years of progressive experience as a proactive, results-driven leader in the field of international public health to the organization. Prior to joining Last Mile Health in November 2017, Garrett served as Country Director for Mercy Corps Tajikistan. In this role, he oversaw programming in maternal child health, nutrition, youth employment, and disaster risk reduction. He also led the implementation and management of the $8.1 million USAID-funded Maternal and Child Health Project, which supported over 1,000 community health educators that were linked to over 360 health centers to improve maternal and child health. In addition to his work in Tajikistan, he served as the Country Representative in Kyrgyzstan and Senior Program Officer at Mercy Corps. Prior to his work with Mercy Corps, Garrett served in a variety of leadership roles with FHI360, where he worked on a range of programmatic areas, including HIV/AIDS, reproductive health, and youth programming. The vast majority of his work with FHI360 was in East Africa, and included assignments in South Sudan and Tanzania as Chief of Party of USAID-supported programs to reach vulnerable populations with HIV and AIDS as well as increase access to reproductive health services. Garrett started his career as a HIV Advisor with Peace Corps in Lesotho. He holds Bachelor’s degree in Health and Sport Sciences from Oklahoma University and a Master’s in International Public Health from Tulane University’s school of Public Health and Tropical Medicine.