W. Oscar Fleming
Oscar Fleming has worked on public health and community development programs in the US and the developing world for over 20 years. Based at the National Implementation Research Network at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Mr. Fleming leads the Evidence Based Decision making Core of the HRSA/MCHB funded National MCH Workforce Development Center. This core works with local, state and national maternal and child health programs to build implementation infrastructure and use evidence absed programs to improve health outcomes for families and children. His areas of interests include program development, coaching, and systems change in support effective implementation of effective programs. In the past Mr. Fleming has worked with ChildFund International, Africare, USAID, The Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee of the US Senate, and HRSA. From 1994 to 1996, Oscar served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Guinea, West Africa, supporting community health and development projects, including community health education, hygiene and sanitation, nutrition, and child health promotion. Mr. Fleming has Master of Science of Public Health and Bachelor of Arts in International Studies degrees from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Child Health and Development