Josie has over a decade of experience producing a range of content; including film (drama, factual, animation), radio, and interactive media – across global health, gender-based violence, agriculture, WASH, and education – and she is passionate about media for development, entertainment education, and social and behaviour change communication. At PVI Josie is responsible for a number of projects, including Wanji Games, as well as collaborating with PVI’s partners.
Prior to joining PVI, Josie worked at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, designing online global health courses and creating engaging educational content; including the production of the COVID-19 course which reached over 235,000 learners worldwide. She also previously worked at Medical Aid Films, producing health communication resources for organizations across Africa and Asia, which included managing projects in South Sudan and Zambia.
Josie has worked in partnership with a range of public and private sector organizations including NGOs, Ministries of Health, international development agencies, and medical and technology companies. She has a MA in Communication for Development from Malmö University, with research specializing in the use of film for maternal health communication in low-income countries, and a BA in Television Production from Bournemouth University.