Evelyn Brealey is Director of Cambridge Global Health Partnerships (CGHP) – a charitable programme based on the Cambridge Biomedical Campus working to inspire and enable people to improve healthcare globally. Evelyn was based in the Botswana Ministry of Health and Wellness 2011-2014, managing the Botswana-Cambridge Health Partnership. Prior to joining CGHP (previously Addenbrooke’s Abroad), Evelyn worked for six years in Central Asia managing social service development and welfare projects. Other professional roles include; desk officer in an international children’s charity, project manager of a street children rehabilitation centre in Kenya, and welfare officer in a Rwandan refugee camp in Tanzania. Now a UK national Evelyn lived in Kenya until aged 27. Evelyn holds a BA(Hons) in Psychology and Politics, and a MA in International Child Welfare. Evelyn is eager to work with colleagues at Hughes Hall, and others across the university and other academic and healthcare institutions in Cambridge, to advance coordination and impact of global health activities. There is much that Cambridge stands to learn and gain from colleagues in less resourced environments whilst making important contributions globally.