Director, Health Initiative
Rachel Cooper joined Transparency International in November 2017, to lead the Health Initiative's flagship project on open contracting in the health sector and to develop other areas of the programme, especially around research and development, procurement and service delivery. She joined TI-UK after a career in the Foreign Office and delivering global health projects with INGOs and medical royal colleges.
Alice joined the Transparency International Health Initiative in January 2018 to manage the implementation and coordination of OC4H across five countries in sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia. She is the key focal point for Transparency International chapter staff and supports with in-country activity planning and regional advocacy efforts. Prior to joining Transparency International, Alice worked for a number of international NGOs and most recently managed a DFID funded multi-country health project, which focused on improving health outcomes for older people in East and Southern Africa. Her sector specific professional experience has been largely in global health, food security, livelihoods and climate change and adaptation. Alice holds a MSc in Global Health and Development from University College London.
Research & Advocacy Officer
Tom joined the Transparency International Health Initiative in February 2018 to develop the advocacy and research work streams of the flagship, DFID funded, Open Contracting for Health Project. Tom joined the team having previously worked on International Development projects focussing on Health, Women’s Economic Empowerment & Governance. He holds a Master’s degree in Corruption and Governance from the University of Sussex.