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Angela Kisakye (EV 2018)

Uganda, Africa

Consultant,

Angela Kisakye

akisakye@musph.ac.ug

Uganda

EV 2018
Africa
Arush Lal (EV 2018)

United Kingdom, The Americas

Consultant, MPhil/PhD Candidate; Board Vice Chair; Community & Civil Society Representative

Arush Lal

arush.lal@gmail.com

United Kingdom

EV 2018
The Americas
MPhil/PhD Candidate; Board Vice Chair; Community & Civil Society Representative
Global health politics, governance, and diplomacy; Health systems fragmentation and integration

An MPhil/PhD candidate at the London School of Economics and Political Science, Arush Lal’s research explores the politics and governance of global health diplomacy, including fragmentation between health systems for global health security and universal health coverage. He has policy, advocacy, and research experience in health emergencies, pandemic preparedness, primary health care, health workforce, gender equity, digital health, and youth leadership. In addition, he has worked in government and civil society roles at community, national, and global levels, including the World Health Organization, U.S. HHS Office of Pandemics & Emerging Threats, Partners in Health, and IntraHealth International. Lal serves as inaugural Board Vice Chair for Women in Global Health, where he supports the global campaign across 90 countries and 40,000+ members to build a gender-transformative, intersectional, and equitable health and care workforce. In addition, he was selected as a Community and Civil Society Representative for the ACT-Accelerator for COVID-19 tools; in this role on the Health Systems and Response Connector, he pushes for the equitable distribution of COVID-19 vaccines, oxygen, tests, PPE, and therapeutics globally, ensuring they are sustainably integrated into long-term health systems strengthening efforts. Finally, as an independent consultant, Lal has supported a variety of projects including on COVID-19 response, access to essential health services, and strategy for health systems strengthening for clients ranging from local NGOs to multilateral institutions. Lal is a Gates Foundation Goalkeeper, WHO/UNICEF Primary Health Care Young Leader, Georgia Tech 40 Under 40 Honoree, Women Deliver Young Leader, and former Fellow at Emerging Voices for Global Health and Global Health Corps. Having published in journals including The Lancet and BMJ Global Health, Lal has an MSc in Health Policy, Planning & Financing from the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine as a Rotary Global Scholar and a BSc in Business Administration from the Georgia Institute of Technology as a Stamps President’s Scholar. Connect with him on Twitter @Arush_Lal. See his publications at https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=a3vzqS4AAAAJ&hl=en.

Dan Hu (EV 2018)

China, South-East Asia

Consultant,

Dan Hu

1429767450@qq.com

China

EV 2018
South-East Asia
Ferdinand Mukumbang (EV 2018)

South Africa, Africa

Consultant,

Ferdinand Mukumbang

mukumbang@gmail.com

South Africa

EV 2018
Africa
Fiona Kaikai (EV 2018)

Sierra Leone, Africa

Consultant,

Fiona Kaikai

cherylfnk@gmail.com

Sierra Leone

EV 2018
Africa
Georgina Zawolo (EV 2018)

Liberia, Africa

Consultant, Social Science Researcher

Georgina Zawolo

gzawolo2009@gmail.com

Liberia

EV 2018
Africa
Social Science Researcher
Research

I am marry with two kids. Obtained master in Global Health from Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine and worked as a social science research at Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation, University of Liberia.

Gloria Nenita Velasco (EV 2018)

Philippines, South-East Asia

Consultant,

Gloria Nenita Velasco

mae.velasco@gmail.com

Philippines

EV 2018
South-East Asia
Guillermo Hegel (EV 2018)

Guatemala, The Americas

Consultant,

Guillermo Hegel

hegelg@gmail.com

Guatemala

EV 2018
The Americas
Hoa Thi Nguyen (EV 2018)

Germany, Europe

Consultant,

Hoa Thi Nguyen

nthoa140780@gmail.com

Germany

EV 2018
Europe
Joseph Dodoo (EV 2018)

Ghana, Africa

Consultant,

Joseph Dodoo

profdodoo@gmail.com

Ghana

EV 2018
Africa
Kéfilath Bello (EV 2018)

Benin, Africa

Consultant,

Kéfilath Bello

kebfila2@yahoo.fr

Benin

EV 2018
Africa
Kenneth Munge (EV 2018)

Kenya, Africa

Consultant,

Kenneth Munge

kennethmunge@gmail.com

Kenya

EV 2018
Africa
Leanne Brady (EV 2018)

South Africa, Africa

Consultant,

Leanne Brady

leanne.brady@uct.ac.za

South Africa

EV 2018
Africa
Loai Albarqouni (EV 2018)

Palestine State, Eastern Mediterranean

Consultant,

Loai Albarqouni

lalbarqo@bond.edu.au

Palestine State

EV 2018
Eastern Mediterranean
María Belen Rodríguez (EV 2018)

Argentina, The Americas

Consultant,

María Belen Rodríguez

brodriguez@iecs.org.ar

Argentina

EV 2018
The Americas
Mehr Manzoor (EV 2018)

United States of America, Eastern Mediterranean

Consultant, PhD Candidate

Mehr Manzoor

mehr.manzoor@yahoo.com

United States of America

EV 2018
Eastern Mediterranean
PhD Candidate
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion within Global Health Organizations

Mehr Manzoor is a Fulbright Scholar and a Ph.D. candidate at Tulane University in the Department of Health Policy and Management. Mehr is a strong advocate for gender equality, intersectionality, and women’s leadership in global health and beyond. Her research work includes gender and intersectionality analysis of global health organizations and explores issues of diversity, equity, and inclusion in workplaces. She is a co-lead author on the technical report “Delivered by women, led by men: A Gender and Equity analysis in the Global Health and Social Care Workforce”, which explores issues of decent work, organizational segregation, gender pay gap, and leadership in global health workforce and was published by the Gender Equity Hub at the World Health Organization. She taught Social Aspects of Health to incarcerated women in Louisiana in 2020 as part of the Newcomb College Institute and Tulane’s College in Prison project. She was selected as WLGH Leadership Fellow for the inaugural Women Leaders in Global Health (WLGH) conference in 2017 in Stanford, California, and in 2018 was selected as an Emerging Voice for Global Health (EV4GH) program fellow. She volunteered and served as a research director at Women in Global Health from 2016- 2019. She has received Changemaker Catalyst Award from the Taylor Center at Tulane University for her work on women’s leadership in global health and her social venture on women’s leadership in low-and middle-income countries was selected in Taylor Center’s Changemaker Institute at Tulane University in 2021. She holds an undergraduate degree in Computer Science from the National University of Computer and Emerging Sciences, Lahore, Pakistan, and a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from Lahore University of Management Sciences, Pakistan.

Michael Lahai (EV 2018)

Sierra Leone, Africa

Consultant,

Michael Lahai

miclahisaac@gmail.com

Sierra Leone

EV 2018
Africa
Nandini D P Sarkar (EV 2018)

India, South-East Asia

Consultant,

Nandini D P Sarkar

nandini.dps@gmail.com

India

EV 2018
South-East Asia
Okikiolu Badejo (EV 2018)

Nigeria, Africa

Consultant,

Okikiolu Badejo

okikolubadejo@gmail.com

Nigeria

EV 2018
Africa
Olivia Biermann (EV 2018)

Sweden, Europe

Consultant, Postdoctoral researcher

Olivia Biermann

olivia.biermann@ki.se

Sweden

EV 2018
Europe
Postdoctoral researcher
Knowledge translation, qualitative research

Olivia Biermann is a health policy and systems researcher with a PhD in Medical Science from Karolinska Institutet and work experience from the World Health Organization. Her mission is to do research that is relevant and useful for informing decision-making in health, and to build capacity for research and research use, especially in low- and middle-income countries. Olivia is currently a Postdoctoral Researcher at the Centre of Excellence for Sustainable Health, Department of Global Public Health, Karolinska Institutet, focusing on the political economy of adolescent mental health. She is also a knowledge translation consultant at the World Health Organization. Previously, she was a Fellow at the Boston University-Rockefeller Foundation Commission on Health Determinants, Data, and Decision-making (2020-2021). She also worked as a consultant in knowledge translation at the World Health Organization Regional Office for Europe where she provided technical support to the Evidence-informed Policy Network (EVIPNet) Europe (2014-2017). She worked and studied in Ecuador, India, Nepal, Nicaragua, South Africa and Vietnam. In addition to her academic activities, she serves as President of the non-governmental organization Foundation Human Nature, supporting community-based rural health and development work in Ecuador, Ghana, Nepal and Rwanda.

Pierre ABOMO (EV 2018)

United Kingdom, Europe

Consultant,

Pierre ABOMO

pierre.abomo@lstmed.ac.uk

United Kingdom

EV 2018
Europe
Salma Abdalla (EV 2018)

Sudan, Africa

Consultant,

Salma Abdalla

selmam.hassan@gmail.com

Sudan

EV 2018
Africa
Sameh Al-Awlaqi (EV 2018)

Yemen, Eastern Mediterranean

Consultant,

Sameh Al-Awlaqi

sameh.alawlaqi@gmail.com

Yemen

EV 2018
Eastern Mediterranean
Sandra Nkurunziza (EV 2018)

Burundi, Africa

Consultant,

Sandra Nkurunziza

nkurunzizasandra@gmail.com

Burundi

EV 2018
Africa
Shehnaz Munshi (EV 2018)

South Africa, Africa

Consultant,

Shehnaz Munshi

s.munshi@atlanticfellows.org

South Africa

EV 2018
Africa
Shweta Singh (EV 2018)

India, South-East Asia

Consultant,

Shweta Singh

drshweta12@gmail.com

India

EV 2018
South-East Asia
Stephanie Anne Co (EV 2018)

Philippines, South-East Asia

Consultant,

Stephanie Anne Co

stephanie.a.co@gmail.com

Philippines

EV 2018
South-East Asia
Tom Traill (EV 2018)

Myanmar (formerly Burma), South-East Asia

Consultant,

Tom Traill

tom.youngho.traill@googlemail.com

Myanmar (formerly Burma)

EV 2018
South-East Asia
Vannarath Te (EV 2018)

Cambodia, Eastern Mediterranean

Consultant,

Vannarath Te

vannarath_te@yahoo.com

Cambodia

EV 2018
Eastern Mediterranean
Veronica Osorio Calderon (EV 2018)

United Kingdom, The Americas

Consultant, PhD Candidate

Veronica Osorio Calderon

veronicaosorio.c@gmail.com

United Kingdom

EV 2018
The Americas
PhD Candidate
Health Systems Research and Health policy

I am an economist specialized in public health and social policy with international experience in the Latin America and the Caribbean and African region. I am interested on research about evidence-informed policy making and social inequalities in healthcare access (gender inequalities). IOE University College London (UCL), ITM Antwerp and EHESP Alumna. I worked as health economist in the World Bank, IADB and the United Nations and as consultant in the Government of Bolivia. During the pandemic, I worked as Advisor in the Scientific Advisor Council of the President of Bolivia in the public health response to COVID-19 in 2020 and collaborated with different institutions for the response to COVID-19 in Latin America and the Caribbean. I am currently studying a PhD degree in Social Sciences in the Institute of Education at University College London (UCL, 2021-2025). My research focuses on the study of political and social factors that influence the institutionalization of evidence-informed policy making in Latin American Region. Co-founder and partner of Bloomsbury Policy Group and Chevening Alumna 2016

Yinzi Jin (EV 2018)

China, South-East Asia

Consultant,

Yinzi Jin

jinyinzipku@gmail.com

China

EV 2018
South-East Asia
Yogish Channa Basappa (EV 2018)

India, South-East Asia

Consultant,

Yogish Channa Basappa

yogishcb@iphindia.org

India

EV 2018
South-East Asia
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