Jieun Lee, MSc, is a Research assistant for the LINK programme. She is conducting a systematic review on routine health information systems interventions in LMICs and is also part of the evaluation team carrying out qualitative studies on barriers to translate malaria data into policy. She completed an MSc in Public Health for Development at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine in 2014, and joined the LINK team in 2017.
She spent eight years working as a programme officer in international non-governmental organisations carrying out community-based development projects. She has extensive experience dealing with designing, M&E, grant acquisition and reporting multi-sectoral development projects, as well as specific experience in public-health projects; maternal and child health; water, sanitation and hygiene; and community-based disease control programmes. She oversaw projects in East Africa, West Africa, Southeast Asia and South Asia. She also has experience in training field staff on various development and public health projects.