Maternal & Infant Health Consulting (M&IHC) is a women-owned social impact consulting firm dedicated to advancing global public health through research, facilitation, and communications. M&IHC’s Hub of Global Health Independent Contractors are trusted by a diverse array of clients, including Population Services International (PSI) and eHealth Africa (eHA).
Our Work, Values, History & Leadership
We harness the power of information and communications technology to bridge the gap between public health research and program implementation in order to improve health outcomes, primarily for women of reproductive age and children under five.
Our Core Values
M&IHC was founded in January of 2014 to improve global public health outcomes by conducting research, facilitating collaborations, and integrating research into the design and implementation of evidence-based programs through communications.
Due to growing demand, we expanded into a Hub of Global Health Independent Contractors in 2016. Now our diverse team of independent contractors are matched with clients and assignments based on their skill-sets. Our Hub of Contractors engage in short-, medium-, and long-term projects. Our Hub speak many languages including English, Spanish, French, and Portuguese.
M&IHC has worked in over 15 countries, which includes: Cameroon, Canada, El Salvador, Germany, Guatemala, Guinea, India, Kenya, Liberia, Madagascar, Nigeria, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Tanzania, Uganda, and the United States.
Taylor M. Snyder, MPH is the Founder and Director of M&IHC. She has over 15 years of experience working in global maternal and child health and nutrition. Taylor is highly skilled at conducting research, facilitating in-person and remote meetings, executing communications projects, and meeting client's needs through matching them with skilled Independent Contractors.
Taylor proudly serves as the Vice Chair of the Board of Directors for Planned Parenthood Association of Utah and a Member of the Alumni Board of UNC-Gillings School of Global Public Health's Maternal and Child Health Department.
She is the recipient of the US Government’s Maternal and Child Health Bureau Leadership Trainee Award and the 2018 WAKE Tech2Empower Award.