Global Impact serves as GHC’s Secretariat, providing the organization with additional operational services. Global Health Council’s programming is currently supported by the following individuals:
Ansley (Kahn) Moore
Elisha Dunn-Georgiou is Global Health Council’s President and Executive Director. Elisha is a lifelong advocate with a passion for improving the health and well-being of vulnerable populations in the U.S. and globally. She has spent more than 20 years advancing political will and increasing resources for policies and programs to improve the health of communities worldwide.
As an executive leader, Elisha has a demonstrated track record in strategic planning, program design, advocacy, and new business development. She has strong organizational and financial management acumen, with experience building empowered, goal-oriented, and cohesive organizational and program teams for global impact in public health policy and international development.
Elisha holds a J.D. from the University of Buffalo School of Law, an M.S. from the State University of New York, Buffalo, and a BA from St. John’s College. Elisha also serves on the Board of Directors of the Anacostia Watershed Society and is an English as a Second Language Tutor at the Washington English Center.
Kiki Kalkstein is Global Health Council’s Director of Advocacy & Engagement. In this role, Kiki leads the development, coordination, and management of GHC’s advocacy strategy with the U.S. government and various international agencies. Kiki works alongside GHC members and external partners to influence U.S. legislative and budget outcomes to positively impact policies and resources for global health and development.
She has more than 12 years of experience in policy analysis, advocacy, and coalition building in the DC global health advocacy community. She joined GHC in 2019. Before GHC, Kiki worked at Pathfinder International and the Center for Health and Gender Equity (CHANGE). Kiki has dedicated her career to advancing the health, rights, and well-being of underserved communities around the globe. She studied public health and global poverty at the University of California, Berkeley.
Eliana Monteforte is the Director of Special Projects at Global Health Council (GHC). In this role, she leads projects that engage non-US civil society organizations (CSOs), policymakers and other stakeholders in addressing key health equity issues in global health with a particular focus on Low and Middle Income Countries (LMICs). Additionally, Eliana works closely with the President and CEO to expand GHC’s funding portfolio and identify new business development opportunities to further the goals and objectives of GHC’s 2022-2025 strategic plan.
Prior to joining GHC, Eliana worked at Management Sciences for Health (MSH) for over a decade where she provided management and technical assistance support to various Ministries of Health (MOH) and over 40 CSOs in Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Caribbean. Eliana’s areas of expertise include global health advocacy, strategic planning, resource mobilization and health finance. Eliana was formerly the Coordinator of the Civil Society Engagement Mechanism (CSEM) Secretariat and is thrilled to continue to engage in UHC advocacy as a CSEM Advisory Group member representing GHC.
Alice Aluoch is the Senior Manager, Membership & Development at Global Health Council. In this role, she manages the recruitment, cultivation, and engagement of GHC members who are key players in the global health Industry. Alice also leads the planning and execution of major GHC events like the Annual Global Health Landscape Symposium.
She has over 10 years of experience working on different continents in technology, the nonprofit sector, health advocacy, and social justice. Prior to joining GHC, she served as a Senior Associate for Grassroots Expansion at RESULTS, managing onboarding and welcoming new advocates to the organization, starting new RESULTS advocacy chapters, and developing partnerships with like-minded organizations working on global health issues including child survival, child nutrition and global diseases like AIDS, TB, and Malaria.
Alice also led RESULTS efforts to elevate the voices of people with lived experiences of poverty and reach more diverse communities under-represented in the movement, with a particular focus on the African Diaspora community. She has significant expertise in building relationships with Elected Officials and has lobbied directly with congress to secure numerous co-sponsorships on critical domestic and foreign assistance-focused bills.
Ansley (Kahn) Moore is the Manager of Advocacy & Engagement at Global Health Council (GHC). In this role, she implements GHC’s policy agenda and supports the mobilization of the GHC network and community outreach activities. Prior to joining GHC, Ansley worked at PATH for nearly four years, most recently with PATH’s Global Health Technologies Coalition, where she focused on building membership engagement and strong communications. Ansley also worked on PATH’s Noncommunicable Diseases team helping to launch for the Coalition for Access to NCD Medicines & Products. Previously, she interned with the Social and Economic Council at the U.S. Mission to the United Nations and in the Office of Public and Media Affairs at the U.S. Trade Representative. Ansley received her BA in International Relations from the University of South Florida. She is currently pursuing her Master’s in Global Health at Georgetown University.