Uloma Jacob has over 15 years’ experience in consulting and project management to the private and public sectors in information technology and healthcare. She worked on projects in W. Africa and the United States funded by international development agencies (e.g., World Bank), government agencies (e.g., Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services, Department of Commerce), and for-profit organizations.
She has managed a combined project portfolio of $45 million and led global teams to execute projects that resulted in organizational growth, improved healthcare delivery, and reduced operational inefficiencies. In various capacities, she provided strategic planning and development services; process improvement advisory; management of software development teams; development of performance management systems; and healthcare practice management. She has also facilitated workshops and training on change management, project management, process improvement, strategic planning, and development.
She possesses an MBA in Health Administration from the George Washington University and professional certifications in Project Management, Lean Six Sigma, and Scrum/Agile.