Executive Director, Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights
Miles Kemplay is Executive Director, Adolescence, having led CIFF’s work on adolescent sexual and reproductive health as Director since 2016. He joined CIFF in 2012 following six years with Marie Stopes International (MSI) and over a decade working for global health, development and private sector organisations.
Prior to joining CIFF, Miles was Director for Business Development at MSI in London, after having led the Marie Stopes programme in Madagascar. During his time at MSI, he worked extensively in sub-Saharan Africa and Pakistan to support the launch and expansion of reproductive health social franchises, community based delivery of family planning services and integration of cervical cancer screening.
Before MSI, Miles managed neglected tropical disease programmes as representative for the Carter Center in Sudan, advising the Federal Ministry of Health programmes on Guinea-worm, trachoma and river blindness. He also managed the Medicines Sans Frontières (MSF) visceral leishmaniasis programme in Sudan, before leading MSF programmes in West Darfur and Liberia.
Miles received his MSc in Public Health from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, and undergraduate degree from the University of London.