Sherise Lindsay has been a training and organizational development specialist since 2001. Her expertise is in increasing stakeholder involvement in community and corporate change initiatives through capacity building, training, data analysis, leadership development, and program assessment. Since joining TRG in 2008, she has contributed to developing and delivering training programs and providing organizational development services for a number of international organizations. Her clients include USAID, USG PEPFAR Teams, the US Forest Service Office of International Programs, the Environmental Protection Agency, and the World Bank. Ms. Lindsay has provided technical and organizational support for these clients in Namibia, Malawi, Democratic Republic of Congo, Ghana, Ethiopia, Egypt and Brazil. Under the USAID-funded Community REACH program, she partnered with PACT and the Namibia Ministry of Health and Social Services to design and pilot a curriculum on Community Based Home Care for HIV/AIDS for para-healthcare workers which focused on concerns related to vulnerable populations such as OVCs. She also served on a TRG team that partnered with USAID/Intrahealth and UNICEF, through the Southern Africa Human Capacity Development Project, to build the management capacity of the leadership team of Malawi’s Ministry of Women and Child Development. Ms. Lindsay has worked extensively with USG PEPFAR Teams, with a focus on technical working groups, to increase effectiveness and forge more collaborative inter-agency and inter-governmental relationships.