Mary Consolata Ishepe Nandili is a registered nurse and midwife and a health leader in Kenya. She currently serves as director of nursing and midwifery services at Kenya’s Ministry of Health, where she has worked for more than 30 years. Working with the United Nations, the World Bank, and other donor partners, Mary coordinated the Health Sector Support Project. She provides consultancy services on health-related projects internationally, including work in Asia and Africa. As a volunteer, she shares expertise on immunization, vulnerable communities, and relief programs. She has published a book on the effects of civil society organizations on health, nutrition, and economic status of people living with HIV/AIDS. Mary earned both a PhD in Public Health and Master of Public Health from Kenyatta University and a Bachelor of Arts and Sciences in research and health from Nairobi University.