Sheila Davis is the Chief Nursing Officer at Partners In Health (PIH) and has worked in the field of HIV/AIDS and global health delivery for the past three decades. She was PIH's Chief of Ebola Response in Sierra Leone and Liberia and continues to work in West Africa as well as all of PIH's country sites. Shelia received her Bachelors in Nursing from Northeastern University and Masters in nursing science as an adult nurse practitioner and Doctorate in nursing practice with a concentration in global health from the Massachusetts General Hospital Institute of Health Professions. In addition to her role with Partners In Health, Sheila was an adult nurse practitioner at MGH Infectious Diseases outpatient practice for 19 years and was an assistant professor at the MGH Institute of Health Professions from 2008-2014. She is currently adjunct faculty in the School of Nursing at University of California San Francisco. In 2004 Sheila co-founded an NGO with her nursing colleagues in South Africa and Boston, devoted to developing rural nursing clinics and malnutrition programs. Sheila was part of the 2012 RWJ Executive Nurse Fellow cohort.