Shreeman Sharma is a dedicated professional with a strong interest in media research, health research, health communication, and evidence uptake. He holds Master’s degrees’ in Development Management from the Asian Institute of Management and Mass Communication and Journalism from Purbanchal University. He is currently serving as a Research Uptake Manager at HERD International.
Since assuming his current position in October 2020, Shreeman has taken on the role of Research Uptake Global lead for the Community-led Responsive and Effective Urban Health System (CHORUS) Research Project Consortium. Within HERD International, he plays a crucial role in devising and executing Research Uptake strategies, ensuring effective communication of research findings both for the organization and various projects.
Shreeman has expertise encompasses information dissemination, communication strategy development, and project communication planning. His responsibilities include overseeing publications, disseminating organizational communication products, and ensuring engaging content across digital platforms.
Prior to joining HERD International, Shreeman held notable roles at Plan International and Adventists Development and Relief Agency (ADRA). In these positions, he showcased his capabilities in information management, communication strategy implementation, and knowledge management functions. His proficiency extends to media planning, content generation, and report editing, reflecting a comprehensive skill set.