Molly has been a director at LAMP Development since December 2015. She began her career at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM). The qualitative and analytical skills that she used at LSHTM were developed when she joined a consultancy focused on the improvement of healthcare outcomes in the NHS.
Molly later went on to work in Afghanistan, where she conducted public health research. The challenges there required Molly to use the full range of her research and programme skills to ensure delivery in the face of often significant obstacles. Committed to the principle of spending aid money wisely for those most in need, Molly has worked on many assignments examining the efficiency and impact of development programmes.
Molly has an MSc in Control of Infectious Diseases from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and a BA Hons in Human Sciences from the University of Oxford.
Jennifer set up LAMP in 2014 in response to growing demand for economic evaluations to improve the impact of international development assistance spend. She is committed to working with public sector and non-profit organisations to enhance the value of their work and has worked with many government and non-government organisations to improve the effectiveness of their services.
Previously, Jennifer worked as a Senior Manager in the UK’s National Health Service (NHS) before moving to Nigeria in 2011 to work on a health systems strengthening programme. Combining strong analytical skills with research and facilitation expertise, she has helped organisations to improve their use of resources to achieve results.
Jennifer holds an MSc in Social Policy Research from the London School of Economics and MA (Oxon) in Philosophy, Politics and Economics from the University of Oxford. She has continued her professional development with the Health Economics Research Centre, University of Oxford, Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) and Harvard Center of International Development.