Armin Steinbach



A. Steinbach

Armin is co-founder of WMS and Professor of Law and Economics at HEC Paris. Previously, he was a senior government official serving in the German Ministry of Finance and a lawyer at the World Trade Organization (WTO) in Geneva. Armin held fellowship positions at Oxford University, Harvard University and the Max Planck Institute for Collective Goods in Bonn (Germany). 

Daniel Pelletier



D. Pelletier

Daniel is co-founder of WMS. He works currently with the United Nations Children Fund (UNICEF) in Brussels and has previously worked with the United Nations Office for Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (UN OCHA), the European Commission Humanitarian Aid Department (DG ECHO) and Médecins Sans Frontières International (MSF International).

Daniel holds a Master’s in Global Politics from London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), and is a medical doctor with medical working experience in Germany and Ghana. As doctoral researcher he conducted clinical research on severe malaria and published in the Malaria Journal and in Intensive Care Medicine.

Éimhín Ansbro



E. Ansbro

Éimhín studied medicine at Trinity College Dublin (TCD) and completed a four-year speciality training programme in General Practice/Family Medicine under the TCD/ Health Service Executive scheme. She has variously worked in hospital medicine, General Practice and research in Ireland, New Zealand, Haiti and Zambia. Since 2012, she has worked with Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) on childhood malnutrition in Bihar, India and currently with Syrian refugees in Jordan.


Previously, Éimhín holds a Master’s Degree in Tropical Medicine and International Health and a DTM&H from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. She is a clinical tutor on the East African DTM&H.

Emilomo Ogbe



E. Ogbe

Emilomo is a medical doctor, currently doing a Research Fellowship with the University of Gent in Sexual and reproductive Health. She studied Medcine at the College of Medicine, University of Lagos, Nigeria and obtained a Masters in Gender and Development from the Institute in Development Studies, University of Sussex. She worked with the Department of Gender, Women and Health at WHO Geneva to develop a training manual for gender mainstreaming among WHO partners in 2008. Since 2008, Emilomo has worked with different organisations in the Philippines, Nigeria, Belgium, Switzerland and now Kenya, on Improving Sexual and Reproductive Health Services, Bioethics and Genomics and Impact Assessment and Evaluation of different health and knowledge management projects.

Juan Manuel Acosta



J. Acosta

Juan studied Social Communications in Monteávila University in Caracas and graduated with a specialty in Visual Communications. Since then, he has worked in printed media, radio and television, standing out as a Creative Producer at Sony Entertainment Television, a Sony Pictures cable network, where he developed promotional campaigns and tv spots that earned him several awards and mentions in both national and international festivals and advertising events. He is now Creative Director and Post Production Manager at Mostro Contenidos, a creative agency of his own located in Caracas, Venezuela.

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