Tony is a senior public health expert who specializes in health sector reform, performance-based contracting, health program management and nutrition program management in developing countries. He has served as Team Leader on 10 Asian Development Bank (ADB) and European Community (EC) health missions since 1995 (in Pakistan, Nepal, Laos, Bangladesh and the Philippines). Tony has been a Project Management Advisor for a United Nations Populations Fund-supported national reproductive health program in Cambodia, Country Director of a U.S. Department of Agriculture-supported school nutrition program in Bangladesh, and as Asia Regional Food Aid Manager for school nutrition programs in Vietnam, Indonesia, Pakistan, Bangladesh and the Philippines. He has public health planning experience, having served as Team Leader/Health Systems Specialist on a Laos Health Sector Development Program, and Health Planning Specialist on an emergency reconstruction program in the Sri Lanka. Tony holds a Masters degree from Columbia University in International Affairs, with a focus on Development Economics and Sociology. You can read more about Tony at his LinkedIn profile.
Scott is a conservation scientist with elite skills and 25 years experience in aquatic restoration, landscape and market-based conservation. Through his company Gillilan Associates, Inc., Scott collaborates with experts on projects for clients including private landowners, private equity funds, non-profit conservation groups and natural resource agencies. For the past 8 years, he have been on the front lines of impact investing, (getting proof-of-concept on the ground) both in N. America and in the Caribbean. His current focus is hydrologic resilience in the face of climate change including watershed- and long-reach river and stream environments. Scott holds a BS in Biology from Lewis & Clark College and an MS in Hydrology from Oregon State University. Scott was a 2009 Kinship Conservation Fellow, and has had his work published in a variety of mediums including referred journals. You can read more about Scott at his LinkedIn Profile.
Tom is Cabutra's founder and lead advisor. In 2010, Tom started what is the third and final act of his professional career, by expanding his focus to include an international context. He also expanding his advocacy work from conserving natural communities in the western U.S. to sustaining human communities that are socially or economically disadvantaged or in developing countries. Tom’s first two professional acts included ten years as an educator and mentor to young adults (including economically disadvantaged and at-risk youths), and seventeen years as a nonprofit executive for regional environmental conservation organizations. Both focused on his desire to serve as an agent of social change. During the past eight years, Tom has served as executive director and Chief Operating Officer for two international communications nonprofits. He has also been a consultant for close to two dozen nonprofits and social enterprises. His passion is to help advance nonprofits, non-government organizations and social enterprises enterprises seeking to affect positive change in their communities. Tom received his undergraduate degree in Recreation and Park Management from the University of Oregon, and studied international policy and practice in the mid-career graduate program at George Washington University in Washington, D.C. You can read more about Tom at his LinkedIn profile.