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Ibironke Olofin MBBS, ScD, MPH

Ibironke Olofin is a researcher with training in epidemiology and background as a physician. She examines the effects of nutritional interventions and nutrition-related exposures on the health of pregnant women, infants and young children. She also investigates the potential role of agricultural interventions and other nutrition-sensitive interventions in solving the nutritional problems of women and children in developing countries. She collaborates with GroundWork to conduct systematic reviews, meta-analyses and synthesis of evidence related to nutritional interventions. She is currently based in Boston, USA.

Tina Wilson

Tina Wilson

Tina Wilson has over 20 years of experience providing contract management, accounting, and project support to International Organizations in Switzerland. From 2012 to 2016, Tina served as GroundWork’s head of administration and accounting, and currently provides GroundWork with technical advice related to bookkeeping and accounting. She based in Canberra, Australia, and speaks English and French.