European Public Health Alliance (EPHA)
Monika Kosinska is the Secretary-General of the European Public Health Alliance (EPHA), a non-governmental organisation committed to bringing about change to national and European Union policy that impacts on health, social justice and equity. Recent areas of work include global complexity theory, emerging social and technological changes, rethinking corporate and economic governance and co-operative approaches to delivering social and economic change. Ms. Kosinska was appointed as Secretary-General in recognition for her strong leadership and management in the public and private sector, working towards improving public policy to achieve better health outcomes. She was previously acting Executive Director of a Think Tank working in the United States, France and the United Kingdom to develop new thinking on future population challenges to health, International Corporate Affairs Manager at a global retailer working globally with senior company executives to improve understanding and relations with national authorities and local stakeholders, and a founder and Co-Chair of EUREGHA, bringing together local and regional authorities from across Europe working on health. Her experience in high-level and strategic representation includes being a board member for the Health and Environmental Alliance, the Civil Society Contact Group, the European Bachelor and Master in Public Health programme at Maastricht University, and former Chair of the Action for Global Health network.