Eman is a public health communications professional, with a focus on health systems strengthening. She started her career at GHS where she worked on maternal and child health in Uttar Pradesh and access to safe abortion in India. Her expertise lies in communications and advocacy for public health, which includes supporting the Indian government’s National Technical Support Unit on Advocacy, Communications and Social Mobilization for tuberculosis. She works with central and state tuberculosis program officers to help them budget, plan, and execute communications strategies for the Indian government’s goal to end tuberculosis by 2025, and to create advocates of the TB Harega Desh Jeetega campaign among policymakers and the media.
Eman holds a master’s degree in Health and International Development from the London School of Economics and Political Science, a bachelor’s in literature, and a diploma in conflict transformation and peacebuilding, both from Lady Shri Ram College for Women, Delhi University.