Stewart R. Cades
Manages U.S.-based administration, contract negotiation, and representation to clients including USAID and the World Bank. Stewart has over 25 years’ experience in international business and public education. He received a Masters of Education from Temple University, an L.L.B. from the University of Pennsylvania School of Law, and a B.S. in Economics from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.
Robert L. Arsenault
Manages technical staff and deliverables for all OSC business. Bob has over 20 years’ experience designing and implementing public education programs for a variety of public sector, international development and private sector clients. Bob received an MA in South Asian Studies from the University of Washington, and a BA in Religion from Gettysburg College.
Allen J. Model
Allen leads OSC’s strategic and financial planning. He has extensive experience in real estate, finance, and investment having served on the boards of numerous companies, corporations, and schools, as well as organizations concerned with the arts, service, and the environment. A graduate of Harvard, he earned a Masters of Social Work from Columbia and a J.D. from the University of Pennsylvania School of Law.
Ryan leads OSC’s efforts to integrate cutting edge research, communications methodologies, and technology in support of communications activities in the health, governance, and economic growth sectors. Ryan joined OSC in 2008 and serves as HQ director of Afghanistan projects. He earned his Master of Science in Political Science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Bachelor of Arts degree in Biology and Anthropology from Bowdoin College.
Joe is the lead point of contact and headquarters supervisor on OSC’s major USAID subcontracts. Joe has worked on OSC projects in Georgia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Egypt. He has been with OSC since 1998. Joe received his Bachelor of Arts, in Zoology and English, from the University of Vermont.
Dr. Lynn Lawry
Lynn, a physician and public health leader, heads OSC’s M&E work and provides expertise on maternal and child health, GBV, human rights, humanitarian assistance, and disaster relief. She has worked for the US government and a wide range of international NGOs. She received an MD from the East Carolina University School of Medicine; M.Sc in Epidemiology from the Harvard School of Public Health; M.S.P.H. in Parasitology from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill; and a B.S. in Zoology from North Carolina State University.
Andrei has rejoined OSC after 20+ years of experience in international development and public health, both in the US and abroad.
Andrei’s international development career began at OSC where he worked on the Chernobyl Childhood Illness program in Ukraine. Since then he has worked extensively in Africa, the Middle East, and South Asia in leadership positions for a variety of NGOs, government agencies, and foundations. Andrei recently returned from Liberia where he served with UNICEF as a key member of the Global Ebola Response Team. In addition to the Ebola response, he worked closely with the Ministry of Health of Liberia on the measles, Polio, Vitamin A, routine immunization campaigns and restoration of basic health services at the community level.
Andrei has a proven track record in social and behavior change communications, private sector engagement in health, social marketing and franchising, family planning and reproductive health, maternal and child health, HIV and malaria prevention, independent media development, and community mobilization.
Ebenezer Kwesi Affainie
Leads Contracts/Grants Management, Finance and Accounting functions for OSC’s projects in Africa, Asia, Latin America, and Eurasia. Eben has over 19 years of experience in Contacts/ Grants Management, Financial Planning, Performance and Control. He earned his master’s degree in Industrial Management from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science & Technology and a bachelor of commerce degree from University of Cape Coast. Eben has worked extensively on USAID, USDA, UN World Food Programme and private sector-sponsored projects.