Field is an international, multidisciplinary team with decades of experience working across government, philanthropy, and industry strengthening health systems through technology and enterprise innovation.

MICHAEL MORELAND, Chief Executive Officer, is a technology and policy entrepreneur passionate about fieldwork and the role of enterprise in sustainable, equitable development. Michael spent nine years as founder and CEO of a firm pioneering market-shaping healthcare technologies in emerging contexts, including cold transport, manufacturing, information technology, and medical waste systems. He's spent six years in across Africa honing a new generation of design, research, advocacy, and operations practices in the field, building the first vaccine 3PL in Nigeria, serving a population over 20 million, building regional operations and software solutions for polio eradication, the ebola response, and integrated healthcare delivery. Past employers, clients, and funders have included US Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC), UNICEF, McKinsey & Co., Global Fund, MSF, IFRC, CHAI, and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

 

JUSTIN LORENZON, Chief Technology Officer, is an entrepreneur and engineer passionate about teamwork and the power of technology to support and shape human systems. Deep background in enterprise technology and supply chain. Built a public health technology program to a strength of 30 engineers developing and delivering a portfolio of mHealth solutions across 5 African countries for immunization logistics, health system strengthening and outbreak response, with clients including US CDC, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and UNICEF. Previously founded award-winning social enterprise program in Cambodia. Former lead architect at a US firm delivering enterprise systems for global agriculture supply chain certifications.

PATRICIA GARCIA is a front-end engineer, product developer, and entrepreneur leading systems development for Forth. Previous work with the team included leading product development for mobile disease surveillance solutions during the 2015 Ebola response in West Africa and a nutrition program intelligence solution for UNICEF Somalia. Frequent public speaker on offline-first Javascript solutions.

TOM VINCENT is a full-stack software engineer with extensive experience in system operations and machine learning in the banking sector. Has worked with founders on three previous health logistics systems products for Nigeria and Liberia, including Nigeria’s vaccine warehouse management system. Currently leading system and dev operations for Forth.

 

FEMI ONI is a Fullstack software engineer. With 8 years working experience with delivering software solution for public and private sectors in Nigeria. Previous Projects includes, eLGA, Nigeria Education Management Information Systems, Last-Mile Vaccine Delivery, and currently working across all Field's products.

OTHMAN ABUBAKAR, Government Solutions Lead, is a health systems expert with 8 years experience working in Nigeria’s federal government and UNICEF Nigeria. Currently leading state-government engagement and vaccine-related operational solution development, including cold chain strategies and dashboard development with stakeholders.

TOM KEEN is a business analyst and strategist formerly at B Medical Systems developing commercialization strategies for vaccine and blood cold chain solutions. At Field, he bridges product and business development with business process design, requirements management, and new-market research. Tom speaks French, Spanish, and Portuguese; his favourite Nigerian word is “Oluwa.”

PETER BUNOR is a policy research, analysis, and advocacy specialist with over four years experience working at federal and state levels in Nigeria. Currently leading stakeholder relations, user recruitment and growth, experience research and testing, and supporting business development in verticals, ranging from pharmaceuticals to agriculture. He obsesses over experience design and strategy and believes he has superpowers after a few drinks.