Didi is a policy fellow within the Institute for Global Health Innovation's Centre for Health Policy and manages the Leading Health Systems Network programme.
Previously, Didi was the Client Service Manager for McKinsey's Leading Systems Network, the forerunner of the Leading Health Systems Network, where she was responsible for supporting member organisations across both core LSN work and pathway improvement networks.
Prior to joining McKinsey, Didi served as a Senior Analyst at the Advisory Board Company in Washington, D.C., a provider of best practice research, business intelligence, education, and consulting services to over 2,500 hospitals and health systems. She worked with health care leaders on a variety of projects spanning women's health, marketing, and strategic planning. Didi also worked with many of the country's leading women's health programmes on marketing and service design strategy.
Didi graduated from Duke University with a BS in Economics and certificates in Health Policy and Markets and Management Studies. She also holds an MSc in International Health Policy from the London School of Economics and Political Science, where she received the Brian Abel-Smith prize for best long essay.