Max Manning Lowe
Global Health Partnerships Manager
Tel: +44 (0)20 7848 5060
Office: 2.04 Weston Education Centre, Cutcombe Road, London SE5 9RJ
Max has a general international development background, gaining a BA in Politics and International Development (SOAS, University of London, 2010) and an MSc in Globalisation and Development (SOAS, University of London, 2012). He has a specific interests in participation in development programmes, and the relationship between development theory, organisational structure, and programme impact.
He previously worked for a consultancy company producing executive training courses across a wide range of international development policy areas, including global health, which provided a grounding in health system strengthening.
Max joined the Centre in May 2014 as a part time Administrator for the King’s Sierra Leone Partnership. He played a wide ranging operational and strategic role during the Ebola response, and has taken on more senior roles within KSLP. This has developed into a role across the Centre’s Health Partnerships, including supporting winning over £5m of funding from donors including DfID, the US State Department and philanthropic funders.
Max is now the Global Health Partnerships Manager. In this role he is the lead for operations and administrations across the Partnerships, and particularly how they interact with College systems. He is also supporting Andy Leather, the Centre Director, in improving how the Partnerships strategically work together.