Jeffrey is an MSc in International Health and Tropical Medicine candidate from Malawi. An Environmental Science graduate of the University of Malawi, he spent his early career with the Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI), supporting various African governments to strengthen public healthcare systems, towards achieving universal access to HIV/AIDS treatment and care.
Prior to enrolling at Oxford, he was a Program Officer at the ELMA Philanthropies where he developed and managed grant investments to improve maternal and child health outcomes in Southern Africa.
His research interest is on understanding the utilization and scaling of evidence-based healthcare interventions and tools, and how this can influence healthcare policy and financing in resource limited settings. Jeffrey is an alum of the Global Health Corps and Aspen New Voices Fellowship Programs and his other interests are in entrepreneurship and agriculture in Africa.