Introducing Our New Managers
Her main interest in Global Health is health systems transformation, because only through changing and developing a system you can make greatest impact possible for group of people, communities and nations. Ermine joined the SOGH team as Vice Director in 2019 because she believes in the impact the projects, that SOGH is running, can make for local communities.
She believes that work together with a group of fantastic people sharing the same values for a healthier world is meaningful. In this role, she has the responsibility to maintain the organization safety, transparency, and accountability to all the stakeholders.
He has experience in management and event planning from his involvement in the student-led organization, AIESEC. He has also worked as a fundraiser in London for the homeless organization Shelter. Dayle is particularly passionate about environmental health and understands that a rapidly changing climate can have severe implications for every aspect of human life.
Her interest for sustainability – including health, environment, and social sustainability, has been part of her life for many years and influenced her choice of academic studies and lifestyle. Mathilda’s vision for SOGH is to work more closely with the Sustainable Development Goals by incorporating environmental health into the agenda.
Environmental Sustainability Manager
He joins the team as Communications Manager because he aims to combine his marketing experience and growing interest in global health in order to make a positive impact. He would like to see improvements in health service provision in terms of quality of care and efficiency, as these factors can have a great impact on sufficiently addressing medical needs and ultimately influencing the possibilities for good health.
Ana joined SOGH as the website manager because she genuinely believes in their mission, as it reflects her own motivation to conduct global health research. She hopes that as the website manager, she will be able to effectively communicate SOGH’s mission, values, and impact in an approachable manner while providing a friendly resource for people to learn more about global health and how they can get involved.
Volunteers and Interns Manager
He was drawn to the SOGH cause by the Mama & Family project in particular, as the project is empowering vulnerable women and children. Through interactions with volunteers and interns in the organization, he aims to amplify the impact and scope of the projects that the organization is running.
She has a strong interest in improving health conditions for everyone no matter which country they live in and believes that reducing health inequities is an important step towards more equality in this world. Johanna has joined SOGH to work together as a team on projects promoting health. Being a social and outgoing person she is eager to interact with partner organisations and establish new collaborations in her position as external relations manager.
External Relations Manager
Menstrual Health Project Manager
She believes research with a gender perspective is essential in every field of knowledge. In the future, she would like to pursue a PhD within the field of global health and women’s sexual and reproductive health in particular. Nora joined SOGH in September 2019 as the Menstrual Health Project manager, a shared position with Carolina. She will use this opportunity to apply her training in a practical way, but also and most importantly to improve young girl’s menstrual health and relationship with their bodies.
Her passion lies in the connection between SRHR and cultural, social and environmental contexts. Carolina wants to increase the awareness of how SRHR affect the lives and health of girls and women across the globe and how that is linked to country development.
Menstrual Health Project Manager
Projects Development Manager
Felix joined SOGH’s Project Development Team because he wanted to work analytically and put his experience of strategic project management to use, in order to address important global health issues in a resolute and systematic way.
Check back on 9 December 2019 for the last round of managers!