In Brief

Quick CV

Population Matters, London, Campaigns and Projects Officer | Jan 2019 – date

Scientists Warning, London, Social Media Consultant | July 2018 – date

Population Matters, London, Campaigns and Communications Intern | July 2018 – December

Tropical Health and Education Trust – THET, Events and Communications Officer | part time | August 2018 – November 2018

Prospect Burma, London, Communications Support Officer (Social Media Volunteer) | April 2017 – Dec 2018

The Running Horse Aldgate, London, Social Media & Digital Marketing Consultant | Nov 2017 – Oct 2018

Tropical Health and Education Trust – THET, Communications and Conference Intern | June 2017 – Nov 2017

Nation Media Group, NTV Uganda, Sr. Science and Health Journalist | Dec 2009 – Aug 2015

Alzheimer’s Society | Dementia Friends Administration Volunteer (Marketing & External Affairs)

Health Journalists Network, Uganda | Writer | 2011-2015

The Steadman Group/Ipsos | Marketing Research Assistant | 2005-2009

National Social Security Fund, intern, Marketing, and Communications | 2006

Awards

  • 2016     LSE Lalji Programme for African Leadership Scholarship Award (PFAL)
  • 2015   Outstanding journalist reporting on palliative Care and chosen to speak at conferences on behalf of journalists
  • 2015   Regional SUN (Scaling Up Nutrition) Financial Tracking Workshop, Media Rep (UNICEF)
  • 2014  Best journalist in reporting expansively on the health sector, Ministry of Health
  • 2014  Ecohealth prize Competition winner by World Federation of Science Journalists | WFSJ
  • 2014  Exceptional Journalism Award on Education, 1st Runner Up, NBL Uganda
  • 2013  Top winner Infectious Diseases contest, International Centre for Journalists, Washington (ICFJ)
  • 2013  Second place finalist for vaccine story contest, International Centre for Journalists, Washington (ICFJ)
  • 2012/13  Overall best reporter on Population and development stories, Population Secretariat and UNFPA
  • 2012  AIDS Vaccine Journalist Fellow
  • 2011  Best TV reporter on Population and development stories, Population Secretariat and UNFPA

Travel

Ethiopia, Egypt, Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, South Africa, United Kingdom, France, Netherlands, Malaysia, USA, Canada (mostly for health conferences, work and training)

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