Tamar joined as Chief Executive of RSTMH in November of 2016.
Before then she was at Nesta running the Longitude Prize, a £10m science prize looking for a rapid diagnostic test to fight antibiotic resistance. Before Nesta, Tamar founded and ran two social enterprises in global and national healthcare, which continue in her spare time.
She was Director of the social action campaign "Give More" on behalf of one of the Pears Foundation, promoting increased giving of money and time amongst the UK public. Prior to that, she spent 15 years developing and delivering funding strategies for international NGOs, including ActionAid and VSO.
She has an MBA from Imperial College, London and a Masters in Development Studies, following an undergraduate degree in Mathematics at Bristol University.
Tamar is a consultant on fundraising and strategy development, and a guest speaker at Imperial College Business School on innovation and entrepreneurship as part of their MBA and masters in health programmes.
For any enquiries about Small Grants, Medals and Awards, or governance, you can tamar [dot] ghosh [at] rstmh [dot] org (contact Tamar by email).