Alex provides strong research skills and technical expertise to programmes in relation to climate change, gender, education, and employment.
Alex is a research assistant in Triple Line’s EPAL team. He provides support and expertise relating to Triple Line’s Climate Change and Gender portfolios.
Alex is an MPhil-level trained anthropologist and geographer, with a strong background in the intersection between health, the environment, and socio-political systems. Alex provides strong research skills and technical expertise to programmes in relation to climate change, gender, education, and employment. He provides assistance on the delivery of programmes, the development of bids, and the broader development of Triple Line’s business strategies. Prior to joining Triple Line, Alex worked at King’s College London and the World Health Organisation on mental health interventions and the mental health of perinatal and HIV positive women. He has also published on ethics and climate change in university-level textbooks.
Alex holds a First-Class BA in Geography from Oxford University, as well as an MPhil in Medical Anthropology (with distinction), also from Oxford University.