Peter Preko, MB.ChB, MPH, is an experienced public health professional with over 20 years of experience promoting patient-centered and quality care in HIV programs by ensuring the efficient utilization of resources. He is currently the principal investigator and project director for ICAP’s CQUIN Learning Network. Prior to this role at ICAP, Dr. Preko worked with the University of Washington’s I-TECH program, seconded to the Malawi Ministry of Health as the senior HIV care and treatment advisor. Other previously held roles include working with the U.S. Centers for Disease Control in Eswatini as the PEPFAR Eswatini care and treatment lead, senior care and treatment specialist at ICAP in Eswatini, and as a senior program manager (HIV/AIDS) in Ghana at AED-SHARP and Engender Health, respectively. Dr. Preko began his career in HIV work as the CEO and co-founder of AIDS ALLY, a local NGO that provided care and treatment in Ghana before national HIV treatment programs started in Africa. He has a BSc in Human Biology, a medical degree from Ghana’s Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, and an MPH from the London School of Tropical Medicine.