Emmanuel Alhassan, PhD
Emmanuel Alhassan is Nigeria coordinator for the Prevent Epidemics program. He works with various stakeholders to advocate for improved and sustainable funding for epidemic preparedness and other policies related to health security. He has prior experience working with the corporate private sector, government and international development partners (including USAID and DFID). Prior to joining the Global Health Advocacy Incubator, he was Project Manager for Nigeria’s Second World Bank HIV/AIDS Program Development Project (HPDP II). He holds a Master of Science degree in Organisational Psychology, an MBA and PhD Psychometrics. He is a Senior Executive Fellow of the Harvard University Kennedy School and an IP3-certified Public-Private Partnership Specialist. He is a Fellow of the Nigeria Institute of Management (Chartered), Fellow of the Nigerian Psychological Association and Fellow of the Institute of Corporate Administration of Nigeria.