Melinda Frost is currently leading the risk communication response to COVID-19 for the World Health Organization within the Infodemics Management pillar. Melinda has worked directly with more than 40 countries building risk communication capacity in response to infectious disease, immunization and health security threats.
Thomas Abraham is an adjunct professor at the University of Hong Kong and has worked and consulted on risk communication for the WHO. Thomas served as the WHO News Team Leader during H1N1 Influenza in 2009, News Editor in Chief for the South China Morning Post, and correspondent for The Hindu (in Geneva, UK, and […]
Marsha is a risk communication consultant, working for the World Health Organization (WHO) on COVID-19. She was previously WHO’s Director of Communication. She has led WHO and US CDC in numerous emergency risk communication responses including Zika virus and H1N1. Marsha has conducted risk communication capacity building in countries around the globe.
Josh Greenberg is Director of the School of Journalism and Communication and Professor of Communication and Media Studies at Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada. His research expertise is in crisis and risk communication with a focus on vaccine hesitancy, outbreaks of foodborne illness and infectious disease, and media coverage of novel and emerging risks. He […]