Natalie Roberts started as an emergency doctor in the MSF field and then was in charge of the emergency unit for several years. She is now project manager for our applications in Niger and the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Medical doctor by training, Natalie always wanted to join MSF. After 9 years of practice, including in the emergency department in Bristol, she joined MSF in 2012. She participated in various missions, in the Philippines, Yemen, Syria, CAR, Ethiopia and Ukraine. She then became head of the emergency unit for several years. In 2020, she joined the Foundation's team as project manager for the Alert Covid-19 application in Niger and SMS Afia Yetu in the Democratic Republic of Congo. In parallel, she remains a member of CRASH for its study on Ebola.