Tsitsi Nyahwo is the Operations Manager for the Manchester Global Foundation. She primarily supports the team with identification, development and delivery of Manchester Global Foundation operations. Originally from Zimbabwe, she currently lives in the UK. She has a BSC degree in Health Informatics and a Master’s degree in public health from the University of Chester, UK.
Her 9 years’ experience of working in the NHS and non-profit organisations has enabled her to obtain key skills in Health Informatics Management, Project Management, Qualitative and Quantitative Research Analysis and Global Health and Policy Development. During her academic studies, Tsitsi has conducted background research, literature analysis and literature reviews of global health subject areas of alcohol misuse, obesity, and persistent health inequalities experienced by marginalised groups. Her research paper provided information on the feasibility of the National Health Service (NHS) engaging with non-traditional partners to address the persistent health inequalities experienced by vulnerable population groups such as the elderly and Black and Ethnic Minorities (BME) in the Greater Manchester area, UK.
Tsitsi has extensive experience of working as part of multifaceted and multicultural teams and engaging with different partner organisations. Tsitsi is fluent in English and Shona.