Elizabeth Pearson


Elizabeth qualified as a nurse in 2005 and holds an advanced diploma and a bachelor’s degree in nursing science from the University of Sheffield, UK. She is currently pursuing her master’s degree. She has worked in various capacities in both public and private settings and gained a wealth of experience. Elizabeth is passionate about world development and driven to make a difference by helping to eradicate poverty and

the reduction of inequalities and exclusion by promoting evidence-based practise and knowledge sharing for Low to Middle-Income Countries (LMICs). In 2017, she founded the National Health Care Conferences (NHCC) Uganda - the knowledge-sharing platform for nurses and Midwives, a leading independent platform to foster training, mentorship and shared learning.

She is the former Chairperson of Sidings community centre, London (2013 to 2019) and was a trustee of Patch Resource services alongside the role. During this time, she helped to offer leadership for the transition for the expansion of the centre. She is co-founder and current President of Uganda Nurses and Midwives Association - UK (UNMA-UK) which was launched at the onset of the second wave of the current pandemic.

Elizabeth has been the operations manager at zone1 hearing London since 2016, a local hearing care family-run service offering a domiciliary and office centre at Kims’ pharmacy on mill lane. She has been volunteering in the local elections and community activities as a local resident. She has been volunteering with the local jester festival among other activities and joined the party after observing keenly the involvement of the councillors Nancy and Flick. She attends the local church with her family.

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