Margot Neveux

Margot received a bachelor’s degree in Global Health and International Comparative Studies from Duke University. 

Margot then got her Master of Public Health with a global health concentration from Imperial College London.

Following her studies, Margot joined World Obesity Federation in 2018 as a Policy Researcher and focused on developing policy dossiers of evidence on specific topics including digital marketing regulations and sugar-sweetened beverage taxes. Now, Margot works a Policy and Projects Coordinator and is involved in two of our EU projects focused on childhood obesity: STOP and CO-CREATE.