Candida Halton – Founder
Candida specialises in healthcare communication and strategy and holds a MSc in Health Psychology. She is a subject matter expert in communications within the healthcare setting, including strategies to promote adherence, reduce medication misadventure and support health-related behaviour change. She is currently a Visiting Lecturer and Researcher at the University of Westminster. Prior to founding Studio Health in 2008, Candida held senior management roles in international marketing consultancies.
Joe Jubb – Projects and Content
Joe Jubb works in Projects and Content at Studio Health. He researches, writes and develops resources, as well as coordinating projects and fulfilling organisational duties. Joe’s previous roles include digital marketing. He has a Masters in English and a passion for music – his crowning achievement in the music world was speaking to Steve Lamacq on BBC6Music.
Emma has led large scale communication projects focusing on prevention, behavior change, tackling taboos and raising awareness on issues such as gender based violence and sexual and reproductive rights. Emma is a passionate advocate for women’s rights and continues to campaign and work in this sector, including her role as a trustee for Reducing the Risk of Domestic Abuse. She also consults on the communications, fundraising and campaigning needs for small to medium charities. In 2018, Emma was selected onto the Clore Foundation Emerging Leaders in the Women and Girls sector programme and will become a fellow in 2019. At Studio Health Emma will be supporting us (and our clients) with social media and digital strategies as well as leading a key project of ours this year in Women’s Health. Emma holds an MA in Human Rights from the University of London. Her masters research focused on the ‘Visual Politics of Representation’ within a human rights framework.