With Global Health Policy in mind, I'm focusing on inclusive innovation as a way to promote International Development.
Having spent numerous years studying and working online full-time, I wanted to make the most of this freedom and decided to travel and intern at various NGOs as well. Now, I have settled in London to study at King’s College London where I have been focusing on International Development. As the previous editor and current Director of the Global Health Policy Center at King’s Think Tank, I have expanded my expertise of policy analysis and making in this field. In the meantime, I am focusing on inclusive innovation as a way to promote development, using this as the foundation for a new project aiming at bringing solutions to youth who struggle to enter the labour market. Stay tuned!
Having spent most of my childhoold in Sherbrooke, Canada, I have been living internationally for the past nine years. I completed the International Baccalaureate at the International Schools of Hamburg in 2016, then went on to study Sociology and Women’s Studies online with Laurentian University. I simultaneously volunteered and interned at various NGOs located in Greece, Spain, Uganda, Morocco, and the Netherlands to fulfil my wish to live internationally. Once having graduated, I embarked on another academic experience studying International Development at King’s College London.
Living internationally has its downsides: one can hardly find employment while jumping around from country to country without speaking the language. As such, I began working online as a writer and have now written well over 600 books as well as thousands of SEO articles, having also created GhostwriteForMe, a startup platform. Now fully funding myself through my work as a digital nomad, I am working on a panoply of projects to bring the digital gig market to those most in need. Stay tuned!
My interests spread further into academia. Being fondly interested in global health, I worked as an Editor, and now Director, of the Global Health Policy Center at King’s Think Tank. In May 2021, I collaborated with colleagues at the Think Tank to suggest the adoption of policies to enable access to health care, and mental health care specifically, in a published report written in collaboration with FutureHealth. I have also grown increasingly interested in inclusive innovation after having worked as a research assistant to Dr Robyn Klinger-Vidra on a project in this field.
I have been interested in independent research since my first ethnographic experience in Uganda where I investigated the sociological and systemic forces behind the continuous spread of HIV/AIDS in various regions. Since then, I have continued to take part in conferences to share my research, namely on topics including human trafficking, democracy, and many more. Now expanding my understanding of the logistics of conferences, I am working in collaboration with King’s College London to launch the first-ever student-led conference in the Department of Global Affairs.
Now completing my final year at King’s, I am looking forward to studying a Master’s degree in fields relating to International Development Management, Policy-Making, and Innovation.