Policy and Development Sectors:

Health,  Education, Sciences and Technology,  Livelihoods and Poverty Reduction


Stephen Settimi provides consultancy in international development, specializing in systems strengthening and human capital and organizational development advocating  extensive use of information and communication technologies. He deploys a collective, participatory approach to development placing country institutions and organizations in the lead as the nexus for development. He works effectively and decisively with multilateral organizations, bilateral donor agencies, host country ministries, and civil society organizations.

Stephen's technical skill set includes systems analysis and design,  information systems and data models, social network assessments, business and organizational development strategies,  program financing strategies, advocacy, and marketing skills.

Before joining United States Agency for International Development (USAID) as a Senior Fellow and Advisor to the Bureau for Global Health, Stephen’s prior twelve years of experience includes CEO of a small technology company supporting health information systems and survey tools; Senior Economic Development Analyst,  and  former Chief of Operations for public employment services and on-the-job training programs along the U.S. / Mexico border area of Southeastern California.

Mr. Settimi’s undergraduate studies are in the Social and Political Sciences. He holds a Masters in International Relations from University of San Diego with graduate course work in public health (biostatistics and epidemiology). Resume <Home>