Hi everyone, my name is Megan Wilson-Jones and I have just started at RESULTS UK as a health advocacy officer. I will be focusing on advocacy around Child Survival and helping to coordinate this work with other cross-cutting themes at RESULTS, including the work around immunizations, TB and nutrition.
Before joining RESULTS, I worked at the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine. Here, I led the research on the cost-effectiveness of a DFID-funded maternal and newborn health intervention in sub-Saharan Africa and South-East Asia.
I have also worked as an intern at the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB and Malaria and later as a consultant at the World Health Organisation, focusing on the retention of children in HIV/AIDS programmes in developing countries.
My background is in Global Health Policy and I also have an undergraduate degree in Biochemistry. I am looking forward to engaging in the work around Child Survival and working with the rest of the team here!