Kadie-Yatta Kallon is Operations and Business Development Officer of AMI Expeditionary Healthcare, Sierra Leone. Over the last ten years, she has led senior management in the private sector and international non profit organizations. In 2016, she joined AMI as a Business Development Manager, advanced to AMI Sierra Leone’s Head of Operations and Business Development in 2018 where she currently oversees the overall operations of the clinic.
Expertise in banking and relationship management, hospitality, healthcare, and community development, Kallon specializes in operations, healthcare management, networking, business development, project management, human resources, customer service, facilitation, advocacy and relationship building, Kallon has a proven track record of success. Working as a lead facilitator for Concern Worldwide, she contributed immensely to the execution of innovative outreach strategies through the theatre and provided appropriate representation in these sectors.
Kallon has a comprehensive understanding of current challenges facing healthcare management in a resource-constrained setting like Sierra Leone and has excelled in championing quality healthcare, stringent Infection Prevention Control policies and health promotions. Influencing positive change in her practice, addressing evolving global issues surrounding the management of health facilities, techniques, and concepts, understanding how business is conducted in healthcare settings, service improvement and sustainable change, Kallon is an award winner.
Named ‘Rising Star” at the Sierra Ovation Awards 2020/2021, Kallon is recognized as one of the area’s Top 100 outstanding emerging leaders for “remarkably contributing to the socio-economic development of Sierra Leone.” AMI Sierra Leone also won three consecutive awards as the “Most Outstanding Company of the Year” 2018, 2019 and 2020 by Sierra Ovations Award under Kadie-Yatta’s leadership.
Kadie Yatta holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and Political Science from Fourah Bay College, University of Sierra Leone.