Ingrid Stegeman is Programme Manager with almost 20 years of experience in the field of EU health and social policies, and in managing EU co-funded projects.
She works across EuroHealthNet’s Policy, Practice and Research Platforms, and is responsible for overseeing and ensuring the quality of EuroHealthNet’s wide-ranging activities to reduce health inequalities through underlying determinants of health. She is currently managing EuroHealthNet’s Schools4Health project and is the policy lead for EuroHealthNet’s contributions to the FEAST research consortium, which focuses on transforming food systems.
Ingrid’s other main areas of work and interest are child and adolescent health, integrated approaches to (community) health and ensuring a fair green and digital transition to more sustainable economies of wellbeing. Prior to joining EuroHealthNet, she was primarily active in the field of children’s rights. She has a BA in International Studies from Vassar College in New York, and an MA in Political Sciences from the University of Amsterdam (UvA).
Environmental fairness – how do we “fairness proof” EU climate and nature policies?
- Brussels, Belgium