David Cantor has more than 25 years of experience in information and communications technologies (ICT), including survey data processing, information systems, monitoring and evaluation, and mobile technology. He currently serves as ICT and mHealth Advisor for the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID)/Global Health, Maternal Child Health Integrated Program (MCHIP). He has worked as a management information systems (MIS) director for the USAID Child Survival Technical Support (CSTS+) project where he was the architect for a web-based monitoring and data tracking system for a portfolio of child survival, health, and nutrition projects. He also was a survey data processing specialist for the MEASURE demographic and health surveys (DHS) project, where he managed large-scale data collection operations in Africa and Asia. Mr. Cantor has provided technical support to more than 20 countries and developed, implemented, and provided training in mobile data collection efforts in six African countries. This involved developing tools for data collection at hospitals and health facilities using smart phones and tablet computers and electronically transmitting data back to in-country and cloud-based servers. Mr. Cantor also worked on agriculture and nutrition education projects as a field representative for CARE.
Mr. Cantor has an M.A. in International Management.