|Global Health Manager
Making the silver economy a reality: Changing perspective to make ageing a source of new economic opportunities
Emi is a Manager in the Health Policy and Insights team at Economist Impact. Emi is a global health research strategist and has expertise in health inequalities and the sociocultural determinants of health. Her expertise in global health advisory, policy and program design and healthcare communications mean that Emi brings a breadth of experience across technical areas. Her current role involves exploratory research using economic models, rapid reviews of scientific literature and development of a global index on health inclusivity. Emi also designs and works on longer term research assignments across the international development sphere, including in the Education and WASH sectors. Emi has held various roles across the health and social care industry, serving as a Health Inequalities Lead within the UK Department of Health and Social Care, Consultant Epidemiologist with the World Health Organisation under the Health Securities and Preparedness Division and as a Technical Delivery Officer with UNICEF. Emi has an undergraduate degree in Biomedical Science from the University of Warwick, a Master in Public Health from Imperial College London and is currently completing a PhD Program in Health Inequalities at the University of Exeter.