‘I am driven knowing that our work contributes to improving individual health, population health and health systems around the world.’
Emmanuelle joined The Health Policy Partnership in December 2018 as a Researcher. She recently worked on a project on non-alcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH) in Europe and the Middle East.
Before joining HPP, Emmanuelle interned at the US Fund for UNICEF and ECHO – Eradicate Childhood Obesity Foundation, where she participated in projects aimed at reducing childhood obesity in the United States. She was also a Research Assistant at Northeastern University’s Computational Behavioural Science Lab, where she analysed the use of monitoring technologies in assessing behaviour of children with autism.
Emmanuelle has an MSc in Public Health from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. She also holds a BSc in Health Science from Northeastern University in Boston, US.
She is fluent in French and English.