Who We Are

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Who We Are 2018-01-11T13:37:03+00:00
2016-08-25T10:53:57+00:00

Thomas Abraham

Thomas Abraham is Director of the Master of Journalism  programme at Journalism and Media Studies Centre, Hong Kong University and also runs a research programme in health risk communication. He teaches courses in Health and Science journalism as well as international news while his research work focuses [...]

2016-08-25T10:54:28+00:00

Christine “Tiffany” Domingo-Cool

Director, Strategic Partnerships, The Warning Project Christine “Tiffany” Domingo-Cool, a former UN official (staffer) is now the managing director of Cool Consulting, which specializes in communications strategy and rapid response in complex emergencies. She has spent over a decade working in countries with national governments in areas [...]

2018-07-31T16:52:13+00:00

Melinda Frost

Melinda Frost Director, Knowledge Management Melinda Frost is a leader in global public health communication and education with a focus on infectious disease, non-communicable disease and health security. She has directed programs in global health and risk communication for the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention [...]

2018-01-11T13:37:04+00:00

Heather Gilberds

Heather Gilberds has more than a decade of experience as a researcher and practitioner in humanitarian response, ICT for development, social mobilization and behaviour change communication. She has worked in countries throughout sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia in the non-profit and social enterprise sectors. Heather has worked [...]

2016-08-25T10:46:00+00:00

Josh Greenberg

Josh Greenberg (PhD, McMaster) is the Director of the School of Journalism and Communication at Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada. He is a tenured associate professor of communication studies and a cross-appointed faculty member in the department of sociology and anthropology. Josh is the lead investigator of [...]

2016-08-25T10:55:20+00:00

Dr. Paul Gully

Dr. Paul Gully is a senior public health physician with over 30 years experience at the local, national and international levels; began his career path while working as a general practitioner in Zambia and the Canadian Arctic and trained in public health in the UK and later [...]

2018-01-11T13:37:04+00:00

Scott Mitchell

Scott Mitchell is a PhD student and lecturer in Carleton University’s School of Journalism and Communication, and a former newspaper columnist and writer, blogger and cartoonist with Maclean’s magazine. After completing a BSc in Biomedical Sciences, and a Master of Science with research in bioinformatics, his current [...]

2016-08-25T10:53:24+00:00

John Rainford

John Rainford is the Director of The Warning Project. He is the former Director, Emergency and Risk Communications for Health Canada and Global Project Lead, Risk Communication Capacity Building for the World Health Organization. Additionally, he worked at the Privy Council Office in Ottawa as the lead [...]