Alice Armstrong BScN, DTN, DTMH, MScIH is a specialist in adolescent health and HIV policy and programming. Trained as a specialist nurse in HIV and sexual and reproductive health, Alice has worked with adolescents extensively within the ESA region. For over the past ten years, Alice has advocated for adolescent health and rights, working with the WHO, the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB & Malaria, UNICEF, Zvandiri and the International HIV/AIDS Alliance, among others. She holds a masters of science in international health, and her research has been published in numerous journals. Alice has led the development of key technical reports including training, tools, service delivery manuals, and policy to drive the adolescent health and HIV agenda. She is particularly committed to working with and for adolescents living with and at high risk of HIV and has provided technical support for various youth-led consultations.