Andriy Chybisov, MPH

Program Manager, Global Capacity Development and Patient Support

Andriy serves as a Program Manager for the Global Capacity Development and Patient Support team. He oversees the development of ACS Global’s organizational strengthening portfolio of work, primarily through the design, implementation, and expansion of the ACS SOURCE Program. He also provides key support to the team’s patient support portfolio of work. This comprehensive training and technical assistance program is designed to strengthen the individual and collective cancer control response of civil society organizations (CSOs) in low-and middle-income countries. Andriy proactively supports ACS’ in-country implementing partners with all facets of the program, including data management and monitoring and evaluation, to ensure that the program meets the needs of those who take part in it and to capture ACS’ learning through the process of initial implementation in Kenya and Uganda.

Andriy joined the ACS with ten years of experience working as the HIV/AIDS (PEPFAR) Program Manager at Peace Corps/Ukraine. He was responsible for developing and executing the program activities and budget (in coordination with contracting), administering a community grants program (30-60 grants annually), organizing training and other technical assistance for American Volunteers and Ukrainian counterparts, and overseeing the agency's health monitoring and evaluation activities. Andriy worked closely with his colleagues from Ukraine Ministry of Health, CDC, USAID, and DOD, to ensure the most efficient contribution of PEPFAR to the country’s HIV/AIDS program. Additionally, Andriy mentored newly hired Peace Corps HIV/AIDS Coordinators in other countries. He also served on a working group on IT development at Peace Corps headquarters, ensuring that post's business needs in grants management, program monitoring and reporting were accounted for in the new software deployed by the agency.

Andriy holds a BA and Specialist degrees in History from South Ukraine Pedagogical University (Odessa, Ukraine), an MA in History from Central European University (Budapest, Hungary), and an MPH from Brown University (Providence, RI). In addition to English, he speaks Ukrainian and Russian.