Dr. Téa Collins is advising the World Medical Association (WMA) on global health issues of concern to
the medical profession. She is a project lead on the WMA immunization campaign against influenza.
Most recently she served as Executive Director of the NCD Alliance in Geneva. Her background also includes managing World Bank and USAID supported projects and academic work at the George Washington University in Washington, DC, USA. Dr. Collins is a pediatrician with a Doctorate in Global Health from George Washington University and a Master’s in Public Administration from the Harvard University Kennedy School of Government.