Dr Stephanie Fletcher-Lartey is a public health and bio-preparedness epidemiologist with over 25 years of public health experience. Stephanie‘s career spans the areas of research, and frontline infectious disease management, environment health and emergency response.
She has worked extensively in the field of public health, including for State, National and International health organizations. Stephanie has experience working in Australian overseas aid programs, including bilateral programs across the South Pacific region and is passionate about building community capacity for better health outcomes.
She is the President of the Jamaican Association of Australia and continues to play a pivotal role in diaspora engagement in the Asia- Pacific Region. She serves on the Board of iCare Community Services, and is a member of the Jamaica Diaspora Taskforce Action Network’s (JDTAN) Public Health, Infectious Disease and Surveillance Sub-Committee.
She is a well-decorated professional having received multiple awards and honours including the Jamaica Governor General’s Youth in Excellence Award in 2007, and Sanofi- Pasteur International Award for Excellence in Epidemiological Research in 2020.
Dr Stephanie is also an author, recording artist, singer and songwriter, and an Ordained Minister of Religion.