Ebele MogoUniversity of Cambridge and ERIM Consulting
Dr. Ebele R.I. Mogo’s work focuses on applied research and innovation to improve public health and wellbeing. Her areas of expertise include urban health, behavioural health, non-communicable disease prevention and planetary health in which her work has spanned Africa, Asia, North America and Europe. She has served in a strategic advisory capacity for governments, funds and international organisations including the World Health Organisation, the United Nations Children Fund, and UNHCR Innovation, informing investments and innovation processes for improved health impact. She has worked as an implementation focused researcher at University of Cambridge and McGill University, using cutting edge research to explore health risks and designing initiatives and innovations to address them. She has significant experience working on the design and deployment of technological innovations via work with venture-funded health start-ups. She also leads Engage Africa Foundation, a pan-African network focused on public engagement around the topic of putting health at the centre of Africa’s development.