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Corinne Armstrong

Corinne is an evaluation specialist and leads Kaleidoscope’s strategy for research and evaluation.

Her research portfolio spans over 12 years experience in programme evaluation and research for health systems strengthening. She honed her skills through leading programmes of research in global health, multi-sector collaboration, and evaluation of sexual, reproductive and maternal healthcare. She has delivered research and evaluations 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 holds a masters in Social Epidemiology and has published mixed methods research, case studies and systematic reviews. Corinne is keenly interested in applying evidence-based solutions to improve the quality of care in health systems.

She is 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.