Managing Director, Global Health Partnerships Health Initiative, The Rockefeller Foundation
Manisha Bhinge serves as the Managing Director of Global Health Partnerships, leading a portfolio of high-impact initiatives with national, multilateral and private sector partners.
Manisha joined The Rockefeller Foundation in October 2016 and has almost 20 years of experience in social innovation, coalition building and implementation science in global health. Prior to this role, she created and lead the strategic partnerships office at the Tata Trusts, India’s oldest philanthropic organization and launched The India Health Fund, a leverage fund in collaboration with the Global Fund. In addition, Manisha was Vice President at BRAC, the world’s largest NGO for over six years, where she developed and managed programs that promote access to health, education, economic empowerment, and social justice. She has worked extensively across Africa and South Asia on innovations and partnerships in health systems strengthening.
Manisha’s experience includes management of field operations, program strategy and design and partnerships for scaling innovation. She spent her early career in the private sector working in technology consulting and then at the UN. She is a graduate of Harvard University