I am an O&G registrar in Leeds and have recently been appointed as one of the obstetric representatives in GASOC. I have a long-standing passion for global health and strive to be an advocate for women’s health through my daily work and beyond. I have first-hand experience of working in Uganda with two large RCOG projects based around simulation teaching in obstetric emergencies. I am studying for a Masters in Public Health, completing modules such as Global Women’s Health and Health Systems Challenges in Low and Middle Income Countries.
I am excited to be on the committee for this unique organisation which promotes and advocates for collaborative, cross-speciality working in global surgery, anaesthesia and obstetrics.