Chipo Natasha Zulu
Key strengths: public health, gender programming, youth engagement
Chipo is a public health practioner/social scientist enthusiastic about improving the health and wellbeing of adolescents and youth through innovative approaches. She has professional experience working in the United Kindgom and well as Sub-Saharan Africa, in both public and private sectors. She holds a Masters degree in Public Health from University of East London, UK. She has experience in Random Control Trial studies and qualitative research methodology. Chipo currently is a Regional Advisor for Sweden's Regional Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights Team based in Lusaka, Zambia. In her free time she is passionate about providing mentorship to upcoming young women focussed on developing a career in gender programming.