Emma recently joined EdUKaid in April 2023 as a volunteer. 

Emma has experience and skills gained both in international development and the British business sector, working in the construction industry in Wiltshire.  In her twenties, Emma worked for UNFPA, USAID and Marie Stopes International, supporting access to reproductive health care and rights.  Emma returned to the international charity sector two years ago, using her skills in project management, monitoring, evaluation and fundraising.

As a young child and teenager, Emma lived in Nigeria and her time there had a huge impact on her life, leading to a desire to help those less fortunate and a Master’s in Applied Population Research.  Emma believes in the importance of education for all, improving access to reproductive health care and rights, gender equality and implementing sustainable cost effective community led projects that bring transformative change.