Heidi Quinn is a nurse/midwife with a Master’s degree in Reproductive Health & Family Planning and thirty years of experience working in acute medical, surgical and reproductive health care, including emergency obstetrics services both in the UK and overseas for Medecins Sans Frontiers, Marie Stopes International, International HIV/AIDS Alliance and International Planned Parenthood with in country residence in Cambodia, Angola, Sudan, East Timor & Burma for MSF. Currently Heidi is the Project Director at IPPF for the USAID project Sustainable Networks (SIFPO2) which is designed to strengthen IPPF’s systems and capacity to deliver quality assured, affordable family planning (FP) and other health services, and to increase the sustainability of local networks to deliver these services. Through a series of targeted investments, IPPF will improve performance with strengthened systems that enable data-driven decision making and quality-assured partnerships that increase sustainability. The first result will contribute to the transformation of IPPF’s global systems through improving capacity to use data for decision-making and programming, strengthening supply chain management, strengthening quality of care (QoC) systems, investing in innovative FP and other health service delivery approaches and sharing best practices and lessons learned across the Federation. Complementing the first result, the second result will make strategic investments at the country level to increase service provision and build a sustainable network of service providers.