Professor Anna Maslin, Ph.D. has had a unique career globally focusing on health, human rights and international development for over 35 years.
She has advised Ministers, and colleagues on relevant matters of national and international policy. She represented the United Kingdom at international fora, including the World Health Organisation and Commonwealth Health Ministers Meetings as a part of the UK corporate delegation for 16 years. She has worked closely with the Carter Centre in Atlanta and is a Fellow of the Fellow Lillian Carter Center for Global Health & Social Responsibility shortly following President Jimmy Carter who was the first Fellow.
Anna worked closely with colleagues in South Africa to achieve the Memoranda of Understanding between South Africa and the United Kingdom on behalf of DH, DFID & FCO 2003-2008, focusing on workforce co-operation and the sharing of skills and expertise which she oversaw until 2011. This MOU was extended to at the 2008 Ministerial Bilateral held in South Africa until 2013.
Prior to taking up her post at the Department of Health, Professor Maslin specialised in oncology, working with patients with breast cancer.
She has given numerous presentations nationally and internationally, written a number of books, as well as articles for the national and international press. She has had 12 books published including Oxford University Press's Breast Cancer, Sharing the Decision", and "Women at Work, Perspectives, Experiences & Tips."
Anna has been married to Stephen for 30 years. She has four birth & several bonus children.
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