Co-Founder, Pandemic Action Network

Eloise Todd is an advocacy, policy, campaign, and strategy specialist. She Co-founded the Pandemic Action Network and she has over 20 years of experience in policy improvement and budgets to improve people’s lives in developing countries. Prior to this role, she served for nine years at the ONE Campaign where she initiated advocacy work in many countries in Europe and ran ONE’s international advocacy and global policy in her last roles at the organization. Eloise Todd has a track record of achieving ambitious policy changes and helped lead the effort to oblige gas, oil, and mining companies to publish what they pay to developing country governments, has helped to raise hundreds of millions in additional funding for GAVI and the Global Fund from governments around the world, and has successfully advocated for aid budgets to be increased and focused on the poorest people in the poorest countries and regions.