Corinne Armstrong works at Kaleidoscope.
Corinne is a social epidemiologist with a background in global sexual and reproductive health. She has honed her skills through research and evaluation roles for the World Health Organization, DfID, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, and the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists.
She has specialised in action-oriented research, working collaboratively with cross-sector organisations and government institutions to foster evidence-based decision-making, build accountability, and strengthen health systems.
Corinne is keenly interested in applying evidence-based solutions to long-standing and complex health system barriers to quality care. She is wildly enthusiastic about the power of data and the way it can motivate change.
In her spare time Corinne can be found in and around south east London, where she lives with her partner and cat.