Augusta Elizabeth Koroma is a is a subject matter expert in Sickle Cell.
She is also a Public Health Consultant, Conference Speaker and CEO of Africa Sickle Cell Centre for Education and Research (ASCC4ER) and Sickle Cell Intervention UK.
Augusta has many years of academic and practical work experience that spans over 10 years. She is a consultant with AASGON and Administrative Health Care Professional for NHS Professionals UK.
In addition to having a Higher National Diploma from Canterbury Christ Church University; Augusta also holds a Bachelor Degree in Public Health from Anglia Ruskin University, Chelmsford and Master’s Degree in Public Health.
She is prolific speaker and she has written many published articles. She is the recipient of the 2017 Community Security Award from the Africa Security Forum UK and the 2018 BEFFTA People’s Choice Award.
She is the widow of Abdul Karim Francis Koroma, who succumbed to Sickle Cell Disease in 2011, and the mother of two daughters.
She is the author of two books:
Both available at Amazon.com and fine bookstores near you.
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