Dr. Robert Chiegil, DBA., PhD., MPH., MSc., is a transformational leader with expertise in strategy, operation, process, total quality management and organizational excellence. He has more than 25 years of experience in leading complex development programs. He currently works for Family Health International (FHI 360), as Portfolio Director, overseeing programs in Anglophone West Africa and the Middle East. Before this role, Chiegil was FHI 360’s Country Director (CD) in Nigeria and Zambia, respectively. As CD in Nigeria, Chiegil was responsible for over $800m portfolio composed of more than 15 projects and nearly a thousand members of staff. His day-to-day CD roles included program operations management, corporate representation, fundraising, grant writing, team building, capacity building, effective communication and partnerships building, compliance and risk management. Among his numerous successes were the growth and diversification of his portfolio into new sectors and donors. Chiegil also led the design, development and implementation of the highly successful Total Quality Leadership and Accountability (TQLA) model. The TQLA model facilitates attainment of key performance indicators (KPI) through strategic use of data for value-based decision making, fidelity of implementation and greater impact. From a small pilot in Zambia, the TQLA model earned best practice recognition at enterprise level and has since been scaled up to more than 15 countries around the world. Chiegil have several publications to his credit.
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