Started my career in banking with leading public sector banks and moved on to Public Relations and Marketing Communications in the fashion and lifestyle space.
• Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to communicate effectively at all levels.
• Self motivated with strong initiative & persistence.
• An obsessive curiosity about new products, services, people, development & communication strategies, which allow me to be perpetual learner, a vital ingredient for success in the competitive world.
• Though based in New Delhi, I have had the opportunity to travel and work with media across India.
Director for Support Services, Save the Chilen Sweden
Experienced program manager and team leader,able to establish strong working relationships with partners, counterparts and team members.
Areas of experience and skills include program development,management,Operations, and budget and grants management.
Worked in Sudan as well as a range of other logistically and politically challenging environments,including Iraq,Angola and Tajikistan.
Around four years experience in the field of Marketing Department, I developed skills on certain fields as monitoring Sales and Operation, Implementing Marketing Strategy & Planning, Intelligence for Customer Relationship Officers. Promotional Planning & Implementation for Dealers and Retailers, Monthly and quarterly target Vs achievement projection reports for the business development operation.
By this time I have coordinated two overseas dealer conferences in Thailand and Nepal on issues of new business expansion & operations.
As my work procedures demand at Marketing Department, I've been engaged in credit management operation & promotion implementation Dhaka, Rajshahi, Rangpur, Barisal, Khulna, Sylhet and Chittagong division i.e. Comilla, Chandpur, Cox’s Bazar.
3 years as DRM advisor, 2 years as a UN Training Officer in East Timor; 10 years other humanitarian and devp work. Other experience, implementing Local Govt Reform, public policy; planning, governance, DRR, DRM, M&E, training; civic education. Skills: team management, capacity building &; engagement, strong communication skills, project m/ment, M & E. Fluent Indonesian (Cert Trans). MA Asian Studies, Dip Ed, BA, Sphere Training Course, Red Cross Aid Worker training.
With 10 years of relevant accumulated professional experience at the managerial level as Coordinator for Gacaca (Rwandan Traditional jurisdictions) in Rusizi District for 7 years and as Manager for an International humanitarian NGO “Enfants Refugiés du Monde” for 3 years, I consider myself as an experienced, motivated and specialized professional with strengths in accounting & financing, legal related issues and humanitarian operations. I have acquired enough skills to successfully work under extreme pressure in stressful and insecure working environment.
My past professional experience and educational background made me a well-organized, results-oriented problem solver and negotiator with good communication and excellent interpersonal skills. I gained in-depth knowledge in accounting and financing issues with capacity and capability to learn more on new tools and adapt myself very quickly to the new challenges if opportunity is offered. I am very familiar with post-crisis and development operations with strong analytical capacity of political and socio-economic context which would be an additional advantage.
I am happy to share my accumulated experience and learn more from others as well. I am ready, available and willing to work in any duty station according to the organization’s priorities and needs.
WASH Practices Working Group Intern, International Coalition for Trachoma Control (ICTC)
Master of Public Health candidate concentrating in global epidemiology, with a focus on water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH). Effective communicator with strong research and mixed-methods data analysis skills . 3 years of experience in domestic and international settings. Passionate about programmatic implementation, monitoring & evaluation; sustainable development & infrastructure;
community participatory research & action; integrated interventions; neglected tropical diseases; health education; capacity building; mixed-methods research; and interdisciplinary collaborations.
Patrick Fine is the chief executive officer of FHI 360. Prior to joining the organization, he served as the vice president for compact operations at the Millennium Challenge Corp. He was also the senior vice president of the Global Learning Group at the Academy for Educational Development from 2006 to 2010.
Registered Mental Health Nurse, Central and North West London NHS Foundation
I am a very positive and reflective individual who applies the skills that she learnt as a teenager when she played professional basketball in Nigeria. I think like an athlete, so I work hard with a focus on the finishing line, and a goal to beat my personal best.
All through my academic pathway, I have applied myself and achieved to the best of my abilities. In 2013, I became the only black British female to receive the highest degree award. First Class Honour in BSc mental health nursing. Subsequently, I was offered a scholarship from the University of East London, selected as an Elite Academic Scholars, and became the only student in the 2014/2015 MSc cohort to receive the highest honour degree award in postgraduate studies, a Distinction in MSc Public Health and Health Promotion.
In 2015, I received the prestigious Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) DTC scholarship in Mental Health and Wellbeing with a world top 1% university, the University of Nottingham.
In the summer of 2014, I was invited to Nigeria for an internship, and I was responsible for using qualitative research methods for impact assessment consultant of Maternal and Newborn Child Health initiatives in rural and urban communities, with the UK Department for International Development system strengthening project, the Partnership for Transforming Health Systems 11 (PATHS2).
My career goal is research and academia, so I currently volunteer as a research assistant with a global health research establishment, the Institute for Health and Human Development, and I work as a Research Consultant and Visiting Lecturer/Seminar Tutor at the University of East London.
Prior to commencing my undergraduate studies, I volunteered with the British Heart Foundation, the Cancer Research UK and Broadway Homelessness and support.
My research skills are systematic review, mixed-method analysis, qualitative research, community development and health promotion.