Dr Anneke Schmider

Associate Fellow, Global Health Programme

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Dr Anneke Schmider is an associate fellow at Chatham House whose interest is the use of research, evidence and innovation for global policy. Dr Schmider is an adjunct associate professor at the University of Queensland Centre for Policy Futures, and an associate research fellow at the School of Transnational Governance at the European University Institute.

She has delivered a wide range of policy research for international development agencies and research consortiums, including for Chatham House, the UHC2030 Task Force, the Resilience Commission, the World Bank, World Health Organization, the University of Oxford Big Data Institute and the University of Queensland.

Anneke is a political economist, and has won government and international awards and nominations for her research and leadership.

Past experience

2021 - present Research Director, Reform for Resilience Commission
2018-20 International Projects: University of Oxford BDI, Abt Britain, Canada International Development and Research Centre.
2013-17 Information, Evidence and Research Department, World Health Organization, Geneva
2010-13 Director, International Programmes, Australian Government, ABS
2001-10 Principle Treasury Analyst and Senior Officer, Queensland Treasury