Sanum is a Technical Manager at Agulhas, providing managerial and technical support to a wide range of projects, as well as contributing to Agulhas’ strategic direction. She is currently a researcher on the Safeguarding Review for ICAI, and has an interest in cross-cutting issues within programming.
Sanum is an experienced international development programme manager with an understanding of delivery across multiple thematic areas including global health, public procurement and sustainability. Most recently, her PM roles included supporting GAVI and the South Sudan Health Pooled Fund on improving routine immunisation service delivery and acting as a grants manager for a CIFF multi-country programme to scale-up self-care in adolescent reproductive health.
With a background in start-up social-entrepreneurship, Sanum was a co-founding member and Head of Operations of an investor-backed social enterprise focused on water access in Ghana through corporate partnerships in the UK/USA.
Sanum has an MSc in Sustainably in Management from the University of Bath School of Management, focused on corporate governance and accountability, business ethics and sustainability strategies.