I am from the UK and joined HITAP as a Project Associate in March 2018. I studied my undergraduate in International Development at the University of Leeds, UK, and then went on to pursue a masters in Public Health and International Development at the University of Sheffield, UK. Whilst studying for my degrees, I interned for various non-profit organisations across East and West Africa including a sexual health charity called Theatre for a Change, Ghana and a community based organisation called Our Roots Kenya. My work included performing monitor and evaluation, writing tender documents and managing communications. My research interests lie in reproductive health in low income countries. For my Masters thesis, I collaborated with the non-profit Shanti Uganda to investigate the trend towards teenage pregnancy in Luwero District, Uganda, through an intersectional framework.