Musa Bernard Komeh
Musa Komeh is Deployment Manager at Macro-Eyes.
Musa is a global public health and development professional with progressive experience working across several areas within the health sector including child health, health technology, immunization, HIV/AIDS, research, and Covid-19 response in Sierra Leone.
With an interest in exploring how technology can improve health service delivery, Musa was instrumental in introducing and deploying the first electronic vaccine registration technology (VaxTrac) across health facilities in Freetown, Sierra Leone.
Prior to joining Macro-Eyes, Musa was a Senior Analyst at the Tony Blair Institute supporting the National COVID-19 Emergency Response Center and other human capital development initiatives in Sierra Leone.
Born in Germany, and raised in Sierra Leone, Musa has lived and studied in Norway, United States and Rwanda, learning a great deal from the cross-cultural experiences and diversity in the healthcare systems. He holds a BSc in Health & Exercise Science (Public Health concentration) from Skidmore College and MSc in Global Health Delivery from the University of Global Health Equity in Rwanda.
Musa is passionate about serving his community. This led him to join the Rotary Club of Freetown Sunset and he currently serves as the Board Chair for the United World College Sierra Leone National Committee.
His hobbies are socializing and planning different events. He is a good emcee too