Stephanie Rinaldi – Research Programmes Manager
Stephanie manages HCRI's research prgrammes, including the collaboration with the World Health Organisation. Stephanie has a doctorate in Political Theory and joined HCRI in January 2017 to support its Emergency Medical Teams (EMT) research programmes. In Jan 2019 she became Programme Manager of the FCDO-funded research project 'Researching the Impact of Attacks on Healthcare (RIAH)' working closely with the PI and HCRI Exexcutive Director, Larissa Fast.
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Jo Moolenaar - Project Officer
Jo joined HCRI in October 2021 having worked in the higher education sector since 2016, with a background in events, student experience, and project administration. As Project Officer, Jo works on LEAP and provides administrative support for the Director of HCRI and Academic and PS team managers. She is the primary administrative point of contact on a wide range of operational aspects within the office.
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Aggie Johnson - Communications Assistant
Aggie manages HCRI's communication channels including our newsletters, blog, web development and advertising campaigns. She also assists on the HCRI Policy Brief Series and HCRI's events. She has an MA in Visual Anthropology and a BA in Philosophy with a background in the community work, media, film and business development.
Kelsey Kenny - Administration Assistant
Kelsey joined HCRI from a Humanities and Social Sciences background, she has a BA in English and History, a PGCE in English and an MA in Psychology. Kelsey has worked in teaching and student support roles. Her role at the institute is to offer administrative support to the Executive Director, financial administration for HCRI and RHIA and human resource administration.
Andrew Gibson - Engagement Assistant
Andrew supports HCRI’s extensive events programme, including public lectures, research seminars and our flagship Careers in Humanitarianism Day. Prior to joining us, Andrew worked for the Nobel Prize-winning Pugwash Conferences on Science and World Affairs, an NGO that promotes nuclear arms control and disarmament. His academic background includes an MA in Security & War (International Relations) from Lancaster University.