Public Affairs Officer
Farhana is responsible for implementing Rare Disease UK’s (RDUK) plan of activity as well as developing RDUK’s future strategy in collaboration with colleagues and the Management Committee. Her work spans public affairs, policy, campaigns and communications.
Prior to joining Genetic Alliance UK as Public Affairs Officer, Farhana was Policy and Public Affairs Officer for poverty relief charity Elizabeth Finn Care. She also has experience working for a large campaigning organisation (Amnesty International) and has worked in Parliament. Farhana has a degree in Politics and an MA in International Relations from the University of Nottingham.
Farhana Ali works full-time on RDUK.