Vector Control, Saving Lives

Marlize Coleman

Communications Officer­­—NgenIRS

Marlize has worked in public health for over 20 years, mainly in operational malaria control in Africa. A Master of Public Health and Tropical Medicine degree at James Cook University in Australia was followed by a PhD focussed on operational tools to improve malaria control programmes. She has worked as a consultant to WHO and African vector control programs, and most recently at the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine. Marlize supports communications for the NgenIRS programme, working closely with National Malaria Control Program managers, policy makers and key in-country stakeholders.