Christina Dziewanska-Stringer has over 10 years’ experience in designing, implementing and managing European projects in the field of public health and social policy. Christina leads ICF’s research and evaluation work in European Public Health Policy, and manages a number of health-related projects across our European field of work.
Aside from managing projects, Christina works as a health evaluation expert in other areas of our business, undertaking research and analysis in the fields of health determinants, health inequalities and humanitarian health.
Prior to joining ICF, Christina worked in European health networks and for a UK local authority. Her roles related to managing networks on various public health issues, producing policy analysis in the field of public health promotion, as well as coordinating various European-level projects.
Christina has been involved in numerous Expert Groups set-up by the European Institutions, with her most recent involvement being in DG Health and Food Safety’s Expert Group on setting up criteria for best practices in the area of chronic diseases.
Christina holds a degree in European Studies (Law and Policy) with French, and a certification in Business French, from the University of Kent, United Kingdom.