Angela “Angie” Jackson-Morris is an expert in designing and guiding national strategies, policies, programs, and capacity development, focusing on the reduction and prevention of non-communicable diseases (NCDs). She has been working to improve health across a range of countries and sectors for over twenty years.
Dr. Jackson-Morris most recently worked for the Government of St. Helena to develop and lead their first national strategy to address NCDs. Prior to this, she was head of the global tobacco control grants program under the Bloomberg Initiative to Reduce Tobacco Use at the International Union Against TB and Lung Disease. Dr. Jackson-Morris has previously developed and led national strategies and programs across the health improvement and resilience agenda in Scotland, and developed Health Promotion strategy, implementation planning, and capacity building for national agencies in the Republic of Maldives and India. She has been a Board member/trustee of noncommunicable disease, health, and development organizations, and is a fellow of the Royal Society of Public Health.