Dr. Tegan Mosugu is a social impact, academic, and media professional. In the nonprofit world, he has supported a range of philanthropic and international development initiatives in the United States and Africa. For more than a decade, Tegan has worked in global health across a wide of portfolio. These include NTDs, NCDs, HIV/AIDS, COVID-19, WASH, health systems strengthening, and more. In the past, he has also served in public engagement and program management capacities for various philanthropic and international development organizations.
Moreover, his social impact work has also addressed issues relating to gender/social equality, tech for good, human rights, education, and more. In addition, Tegan has spearheaded a plethora of local and national campaigns in multiple countries. In media, he has worked on Daytime Emmy® Award-winning talk shows: "The View" (Walt Disney Television), "The Rachael Ray Show" (CBS Media Ventures), as well as NBC Universal and BET Networks.
As a global health scholar, Tegan's research focuses on the use of evidence-based interventions as a tool for improving population health outcomes. He is trained in organizational behaviour where he explores the intersection of management, organizations, and sociology. He holds a PhD in Public & International Affairs, and a Doctorate in health sciences. At age 19, Tegan earned his B.A. in History from Duke University. He is also an alumnus of the University of Pennsylvania and New York University, and has an executive certificate in business administration from Notre Dame.