Harsha Sharma is a communications specialist with experience in journalism, campaigns and digital engagement.
She has led digital communications for Sewa Day - an international grassroots campaign as well as serve as a Faiths Act Fellow of the Tony Blair Faith Foundation.
Placed at Health Poverty Action with a partner Fellow, Harsha established a very successful grassroots fundraising campaign. Over 2000 people were engaged and more than £17,000 was raised for malaria and maternal health programs in Sierra Leone.
Harsha is a recently appointed board member of World Faith - an international development NGO and serves as member of the Institute for Cultural Diplomacy Young Leaders Forum. She has a specialist interest in Indo-Pak public diplomacy.
She holds a City Graduate School of Journalism diploma and BSc Hons in International Management from Manchester Business School.