Country economist, International Growth Centre, Zambia Masters in Public Health, Health Economics Unit, University of Cape Town 2010
Recently returned to his position as in-country Economist, International Growth Centre, responsible for building and maintaining relationships for policy engagement with the Ministry of Finance, other government ministries and agencies. Also responsible for connecting researchers and policy specialists, supporting visiting researchers and collaborating with them.
Previously with the Clinton Health Foundation in South Africa, responsible for quantitative analysis of health expenditure data for the National Department of Health and donors, detailing expenditure trends and assessing efficiency, highlighting spending gaps and potential opportunities for improving efficiency and resource re-allocation.
Earlier positions included work as a consultant and a number of health related jobs in Zambia and also in South Africa, as a Junior Health Economist at Wits University.