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Kelechi Ohiri is the CEO of Health Strategy and Delivery Foundation and visiting scientist at the Harvard School of Public Health. In addition, he is the Co-Founder of the Healthcare Leadership Academy in Nigeria, and Managing Partner of Flint Atlantic Capital, an Africa-focused Social Impact Investment firm. Kelechi currently serves on the Board of the World Health Organization's Alliance for Health Policy and Systems Research and is a 2013 Archbishop Desmond Tutu Leadership Fellow. At the time of starting the Fellowship, he was Special Adviser to the Minister of Finance of Nigeria, and had served as a senior adviser to two ministers of health in Nigeria. Prior to this, he was an engagement manager with the London Office of McKinsey and Company, where he served a broad section of healthcare clients, in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Before McKinsey, Kelechi worked with the World Bank in Washington DC, having joined through the Young Professionals' Programme. He holds a degree in Medicine from the University of Lagos, a master of public health degree and a master of Science in Health Policy and Management, both from Harvard University. He was a Healthcare Management Fellow at Harvard and has worked as a primary care physician in various settings. Kelechi is a Fellow of the fifth class of the Africa Leadership Initiative-West Africa and a member of the Aspen Global Leadership Network.