Bea coordinates advocacy across global health and education, leads on development transition, and is a member of the Inclusive Recruitment Group at RESULTS UK. Her interests in the social determinants of health derive from her academic and professional background in global health and development. At Chatham House’s Centre for Universal Health, she worked on projects of Universal Health Coverage and One Health. Bea holds a BA in International Development with First Class Honours from King’s College London, and worked for a grassroots NGO on poverty and inequality in the UK whilst studying. She also volunteers as a data collector for Global Health 50/50's COVID-19 sex-disaggregated data tracker and enjoys going to the theatre and running in her spare time.