of Communications, IMMANA
Prior to joining LSHTM and IMMANA/ANH Academy, I was a Communications and Advocacy Associate at Global Health Strategies, where I used strategic advocacy and creative communications to raise the profile of challenging health issues including health emergency preparedness, HPV and cervical cancer, non-communicable diseases from obesity to mental health, antimicrobial resistance and polio.
I am a graduate of Georgetown University’s Walsh School of Foreign Service and hold a Bachelor of Science degree in Science, Technology and International Affairs, with a concentration in Global Health. I study Mandarin Chinese and have studied in China through U.S. State Department programmes.
Outside of work, I'm an avid saxophonist and you can find me playing jazz in London with local bands.