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In Remembrance of Christopher Lee Reinstadtler

 

It is with great sadness that we inform you of the passing of one of our very own – our colleague, our friend, our Vysnova family member, Christopher Lee Reinstadtler. Chris passed away unexpectedly on Friday, August 21st.  He had a 20-year career making life better for people in developing countries such as Jordan, Trinidad, Ghana, Liberia, Nigeria, and Afghanistan. Over the past year, he quickly assimilated into our culture and became an invaluable team member and friend. At Vysnova, Chris served as a Program Manager supporting AM&E work for the DOD (DSCA). He has left behind his wife Mary Claire Ato Odong Reinstadtler, and children Eleanor (5) and Skylar (3).

An education fund has been set up for Eleanor and Skylar. The family asks that donations to the education fund be made in lieu of sending flowers. Contribution checks can be made out to Edward Jones FBO Eleanor and Skylar Reinstadtler and mailed to Martha Jones, 18 Sommer Avenue, Maplewood, NJ 07040.

To make an electronic donation, please email Martha Jones for instructions at martha@jonesjonesco.com.

We will continue to keep Christopher and his family in our thoughts and prayers. May he rest in peace.

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Team Spotlight: Grace Tran

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GRACE TRAN

Grace Tran is the Program Manager for the $54M CDC-funded Applied Research to Address the COVID-19 Emerging Public Health Emergency project.  The applied research to address the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Emerging Public Health Emergency, also known as Community Research Partnership (CRP), is meant to address major gaps in scientific knowledge concerning COVID-19 risk factors, transmission dynamics, seasonal and geographic patterns, correlations between immune markers and reinfection, and long-term immunologic, physiologic, and clinical sequelae of infection. Ms. Tran is responsible for providing technical and programmatic support to the study sites, organizing various study committees, overseeing financial management, and ensuring program compliance to the FAR and CDC regulations. Prior to her current position, Ms. Tran managed a USAID-funded Global Health Security Agenda project in Tanzania, Cote d’Ivoire, and Ethiopia to support each country’s government in utilizing a One Health approach to prepare and respond to emerging and reemerging priority zoonotic diseases, such as Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza and Ebola Virus Disease. She has a Masters of Public Health from Emory University and a MA from Georgetown’s School of Foreign of Service. Ms. Tran brings significant in-country experience across Sub-Saharan Africa, Asia, and the former Soviet Union, and speaks fluent Russian and proficient French.  
 
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Immediate Release: Vysnova Receives OASIS Pool 1 Award With a $60 Billion Ceiling

Immediate Release: Vysnova Receives Award Under GSA OASIS Small Business, Pool 4 Multiples Award (ID/IQ) Contract With a 60 Billion Ceiling…

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Team Spotlight: Hoa Nguyen

Vysnova Partners is pleased to have the spotlight on Hoa Nguyen who has been recently promoted to Program Manager for the Southeast Asia Bio-surveillance and Epidemiology Research (SABER) II program.