Jonathan is responsible for managing and advising on iMMAP's health programs across the world and leading new business development opportunities for Health, Nutrition and WaSH.
Jonathan joined iMMAP as an information management officer, seconded to the Global WASH Cluster for the Latin America and Caribbean Regional Office in Panama, and then became the Chief Advisor and Deputy Manager for the global BHA-funded COVID-19 Situation Analysis project, and before that, he was
He spent several years working with The European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control in Sweden and The International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research in Bangladesh before transferring to humanitarian work in 2014. Jonathan has worked with multiple organizations including private sector consulting, Government, UN agencies and NGOs, to bring data-driven approaches to the design, implementation and evaluation of life-saving programs in countries across Africa, Asia and the Middle East.
Jonathan’s focus is on data for health in humanitarian crises with a specific interest and experience in infectious disease epidemiology, Public Health Information Systems (PHIS), Reproductive, Maternal and Child Health (RMNCH), vaccination and health system strengthening. Before joining iMMAP Jonathan was working with a team on the development of Situational Analyses in Syria and Sudan for UNICEF, leading a nutrition SMART survey in Gaza and advising on emergency health projects in East ad Southern Africa, as well working closely with the Syrian Centre for Policy Research in Lebanon.
Jonathan holds a BSc in Human Sciences from University College London and a Master of Public Health (MPH) in Control of Infectious Disease from The London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.