Sally Bell-Cross, Chairperson
Sally qualified as a clinical Nutritionist is Australia under a Bachelor of Human Science (Nutrition) program. She was quickly recruited to community nutrition programming and started her own practice in 2013. She is registered with the governing body Nutrition Association Australia, as well as the Nutrition Association Zambia. Sally went on to study her master’s in Public Health at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Health.
Clinically Sally worked within a tight multi discipline setting targeting the integrative dietary management in children with spectrum disorders, and conditions affecting the gastrointestinal system. Sally has worked across the education sector implementing nutrition programs at high school level. She has deep interests, and has academically pursued Sustainable Agriculture mythologies, as relates to Nutrition. Sally has also worked alongside and with NGOs (Save the children, Red Cross) in eastern Africa on school feeding/supplementary feeding programs.
Sally has lived in Zambia most of her of life, but after a long stint away living in Australia returned home with her family in 2017. Since returning to Zambia she began working for i4Life as a volunteer whilst re-settling, which quickly moved into a more formalised role as Nutrition Clinic Coordinator. Sally is an active professional in the Nutrition sector and works in the public and private hospital sector as a consultant. Sally is involved in several pilot school feeding programs in the northwest province of Zambia.