Jayne Bullen

Jayne believes research in healthcare needs better funding and strong minds. Since joining in 2015 as COO, she has grown The Noakes Foundation into one of the key research funders in South Africa, an entity that is changing the way the nation eats. After realizing the dichotomy between brand research budgets and human health research, she decided to leave the corporate research world and took the leap into medical and biological research to bring her experience in big biz research into new areas to affect change to human health. She is the Chief Operating Officer of The Noakes Foundation where she established Eat Better South Africa alongside inspiring colleagues and Prof Noakes.

Most recently she has lead the process and creation of the Nutrition Network: a platform that trains medical professionals in low carb/LCHF practice. Jayne is an MBA, High Dip in Marketing and International Relations graduate. She began her career taking products into Africa and researching local markets in the West and East African block and later moved to the UK to read for an MBA at Leeds University, later conducting Pan European media research and stragey evaluation. She is also a Movement Medicine Teacher, a Mind Body Medicine Practitioner and a mom.

To find Jayne Bullen online, go to: Website, Twitter.

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