We focus on four complex health issues more prevalent in urban areas
With the Social Progress Imperative, we've developed the first neighbourhood level, health-focused social progress index of its kind.
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Louise leads on framing communications for our children's health and food programme.
Louise joined us in October 2020. She manages the content and communications for our children’s health and food programme, and broader urban health work.
Louise started her communications career working in advertising agencies but later moved into working with organisations with a mission to improve people’s lives.
She spent time at Macmillan Cancer Support working in a variety of roles from digital marketing and brand, to strategy and innovation. Most recently, Louise worked at Wellcome where she focused on rebranding and launching the Wellcome Photography Prize in order to make complex health and science issues more accessible to all by using human stories and the power of photography.
Our team bring together a unique combination of expertise, skills and drive to meet our ambition of making cities healthier places for everyone to live in.
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