For almost 20 years, Lynne has worked in global health. She has extensive experience as a senior consultant and Director leading and reviewing large-scale health and development programmes in over 25 countries across Africa, Asia and Latin America.
Her clients have included the UN, governments, national and international NGOs and academic institutions. She has lived for over three years in Kenya and over one year in Pakistan. Before moving to Africa Lynne worked in the NHS leading large-scale public health initiatives in sexual and reproductive health and HIV and AIDs. She has held associate lecturer posts at the medical faculty at Glasgow University and at the education faculty at Strathclyde University.
Lynne’s relationship with LSTM began in 2000. She took Masters students for their overseas placement when she served as Director of Training and Development with the African Medical Research Foundation and Flying Doctors (AMREF) in Kenya. She has worked as an LSTM external examiner and been involved in teaching activities before taking up her PhD at the School. She is currently undertaking a PhD (part time) in the Department of International Public Health. Her research focusses on quality of community health services in Kenya. Lynne continues to work internationally.