I am a member of the Faculty of Public Health and a defined public health specialist with UKPHR. I have 10 years' experience in various public health roles, including communications, commissioning, health inequalities and screening. I have a Masters' in Public Health and a postgraduate certificate in health screening. I am currently working as a Public Health Consultant in a local authority.
In Public Health England, I designed and led PHE's National Conversation on Health Inequalities, a public engagement programme that focused on understanding the public perspective and lived experience of inequalities. Work that influenced the subsequent language and approach to reducing health inequalities.
In collaboration with colleagues from the University of Sheffield I explored the public health role in tackling modern slavery.
I offer public health expertise, devising strategies, advising, developing and leading work programmes, writing and editing briefings and reports, planning and managing communications. If you would like to commission me, please get in touch here.
More details about my work on the following topics can be found here: