Beth Kreling is a Senior Policy Fellow in the Department of Health Policy at the London School of Economics and Political Science. She is currently co-PI of the WHO led African Health Observatory Platform on Health Systems and Policies (AHOP) and Deputy Chair of the LSE’s Global Health Initiative (GHI), an interdepartmental research unit.
Beth has a background in international development and consultancy, working at the nexus of research and policy. Before joining LSE, she worked as a consultant for the Commonwealth Secretariat’s Health and Education Unit and previously as Chief Operating Officer of education NGO Link Community Development International, where she oversaw operations and programme development in the UK and across five sub-Saharan African offices. Before moving into a development sphere, Beth spent a number of years as a political and economic risk consultant for strategy consultancy Oxford Analytica. She began her professional career in publishing as Assistant Editor for Pavilion and Collins & Brown.
Beth remains involved with Commonwealth activities via the Round Table and her coordination of the Commonwealth Consortium for Education.