Matt Boxshall is a senior development professional with more than 20 years of experience in global health and sexual and reproductive health and rights. He has designed and led innovative programs with global impact and worked closely with governments to steer national policy. As a Program Director at ThinkWell, Matt currently leads a portfolio of work focussed on strategic purchasing for primary health care, supporting strong local teams to deliver high quality technical advice in six countries in Africa and Asia. Matt is a thought leader, providing strategic leadership to senior technical advisors and country directors at ThinkWell and working with the wider global health community, particularly on issues around financing for family planning.
Adapted from the article “How Enhanced Engagement with The Private Sector Can Expand Access to Family Planning and Bring the World Closer to Universal Health Coverage” developed by Adam Lewis and FP2030.
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