Tim specializes in applying information technology to address the problems of poverty and health in developing countries. After 12 years at Microsoft working on software development, Tim spent two years consulting with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation analyzing the intersection of Information Technology and Global Health. He joined the Grameen Foundation Technology Center in 2002 and pioneered replication of the Grameen Village Phone program, launching sustainable initiatives in Uganda and Rwanda. As Director of Mobile Health Innovation, Tim has led the creation of the OpenSource MOTECH (Mobile Technology for Community Health) Platform that is currently serving pregnant women, children under five, HIV/AIDS patients, tuberculosis patients, and community health workers in over 15 countries including Ghana, India, Sierra Leone, Tanzania, Uganda, and Zambia. Tim received a B.A. in Political Science from Stanford University.
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February 20, 2013