Judith Seltzer is the Senior Director of the Performance, Learning and Impact Group at MSH. In this capacity, she leads a team of 11 diverse specialists who provide knowledge management, communications, research, and monitoring and evaluation support across the organization. Prior to this position, she was the Senior Principal Technical Advisor for Institutional Development for the Health Programs Group at Management Sciences for Health and the Principal Investigator for Institutional Development on the Johns Hopkins University-led HC3 Project. In this position, she coordinated technical strategy for new business, contributed to knowledge management, worked on strategic staffing; and provided technical assistance in the areas of strategic and operational planning, business planning and new enterprise development, financial management, and all areas of organizational development. During her 34-year tenure at MSH, Ms. Seltzer has held numerous positions, and continuously provided technical assistance to counterpart organizations throughout the world. Ms. Seltzer has published and presented broadly on such topics as business plan development, cost-recovery mechanisms, local rapid assessments, leadership development, and decision-linked research, amongst others. She is presently adjunct faculty at the Boston University School of Public Health where she teaches a course on Resource Mobilization.
Ms. Seltzer holds a Master of Business Administration from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a Master of Public Health from Emory University. Ms. Seltzer speaks fluent Spanish and functional French.