Georgia is a Programme Coordinator within the Global Health team in Challenge Works, supporting the Longitude Prize on Dementia and Longitude Prize on Antimicrobial Resistance.

Prior to joining Nesta, Georgia was a population health management analyst, where she co-established a preventative and proactive healthcare strategy for the mid and south Essex region. Before this, she has worked for Public Health Scotland, the Swedish Red Cross and worked as a research assistant in neuroanatomical, marine conservation and cardiovascular research.

Georgia holds a BSc in Physiology from the University of Glasgow and a MSc in Public Health from Lund University.

Outside of work you can find Georgia cycling, scuba diving or in as much nature as city living allows.