Martha leads the delivery of consultancy social impact projects for a range of organisations within the healthcare sector, both in the UK and internationally. Martha has developed specialisation areas around local private sector healthcare, primary care and health systems strengthening. She also has a particular interest in the promotion of healthcare for women and girls. She has led on projects with PSI, NSPCC, World Health Partners and others.
Martha joined from Public Zone, the pro-social division of digital agency Zone, having worked for a vast range of social impact clients including Prostate Cancer UK, Macmillan Cancer Support and Diabetes UK. In 2003 she spent 8 months in Uganda with Restless Development’s Health Education Programme and then went on to study English with Writing and Performance at the University of York.
Areas of interest:
- Primary care
- Local private sector healthcare
- Health systems strengthening
Published work highlights:
- Social Replication Toolkit – ICSF (2015)
- Innovation wastes grant money…tried and tested methods are better – The Guardian (2013)
- Social Replication: Taking Global Health Innovations to Scale – Unite for Sight Global Health and Innovation Conference, Yale University (2016)
- A five-country social franchise improvement project – Social Franchising for Health Conference, Cebu, Phillippines, (2015)