Skye Gilbert joined PATH in 2016 as deputy director of PATH’s Digital Health program. Skye leads Digital Health’s strategy, business development, adaptive management and data use efforts. Digital Health’s portfolio in this space includes the Data Use Partnership in Tanzania, which is supporting end-to-end digital transformation of Tanzania’s health system, digital support to BID Initiative—which is analysing Tanzania’s >200K patient dataset to improve medical supply chains and clinical outreach, and Digital Square, which aims to strengthen the digital ecosystem by providing high-quality, sustainable digital global goods to countries that need them.
Prior to joining PATH, Skye worked on health and information systems, first as an academic researcher living in Senegal and China, then as a consultant at the Boston Consulting Group, and finally as a program and strategy officer at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
Skye has a Global Executive MBA from INSEAD and bachelor’s degrees in economics, international studies, and psychology from the University of Pennsylvania.