IntraHealth International CEO Pape Gaye to Transition to President Emeritus in 2020

May 08, 2019 Chapel Hill, NCPape Gaye is preparing to take on a new role as global recruitment for a new CEO is underway. Under Gaye ’s leadership, IntraHealth has:Grown its annual revenue from $20 million in 2004 to over $100 million in 2018.Expanded its workforce to 800+ in 2019.Improved health care and systems in more than 80 countries.Led global and regional coalitions and partnerships, including the Frontline Health Workers Coalition, Safeguarding Health in Conflict, and the Ouagadougou Partnership Coordination Unit.Spearheaded innovations in health workforce training and performance, digital health, integrated service delivery, and stakeholder and community engagement.IntraHealth International President and CEOPape Gaye will transition to the role of president emeritus by early 2020. Global recruitment for a new CEO is underway.Gaye will continue to lead the organization until a new CEO is in place and, in his new role, will pursue new partnerships and special initiatives to expand IntraHealth ’s impact beyond its core business activities. He will also act as an advisor to the board of directors and incoming CEO.“This organization is personal to me, " Gaye says. “Now, with a strong executive team in place, more than 800 staff worldwide, and unprecedented revenue growth, it’s the right time for me to begin this transition. I look forward to welcoming a new leader and offering my full support as IntraHealth continues to expand its impa...
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