Hatice Küçük is the Executive Director of The G20 Health and Development Partnership, an initiative co-created with Alan Donnelly. Since 2017 she leads the strategy, partner engagement, advocacy and communications work of over 30 leading global health organisations in their approach and support to G20 Member States and other international fora on their global health agenda.
Hatice has co-authored and developed a series of publications that included the engagement of high-level policymakers within the global health community and International Organisations. These include a report to the G20 Presidency in Japan (2019) “Healthy Nations – Sustainable Economies, a report on Patient Safety “The overlooked pandemic” (2021), and a report on measuring the ROI of health as a positive investment to economies “If we can’t measure It, We Can’t fix it” (2021).
Having previously worked at the Permanent Representation of Germany to the United Nations in New York, Hatice completed her MSc in Comparative Political Economy at the London School of Economics and Political Science and is proficient in German, Turkish, English, French and an intermediary level of Arabic.