I have quite a mixed background having graduated with MSc International Public Health Nutrition in 2017 from the University of Westminster. Whilst working towards my MSc, I worked with youth organisations in the UK to support and develop people from diverse backgrounds into the international development sector through international voluntary placements, mainly in the Eastern Africa region; and campaign & advocacy programmes in the UK. I’ve been with Save the Children since 2018 where I have been working within the humanitarian capacity strengthening space, primarily in MEAL to provide evidence of impact on individual, country offices and partners, and developing a robust monitoring system so we understand who our learners are, and what they are looking for from face-to-face, blended and digital learning offers. I’ve also been involved with the Public Health capacity strengthening work in response to COVID-19. Alongside all of that, I am a mental health, wellbeing and inclusive practice advocate, particularly for people with disabilities, both in the humanitarian, development and UK spaces.
One thing to know:
Being a Pisces probably goes some way to explain why I’m more comfortable in water than on land, and am happiest by the sea!