As a project manager Béatrice Frank is responsible for the identification, preparation and implementation of projects at m4h, as well as the management of experts for the projects that are implemented.
Béatrice Frank holds a Master of Public Health from the École des Hautes Etudes en Santé Publique (EHESP) as well as a Bachelor of Applied Communication of the Institute for Higher Social Communication Studies (IHECS) in Brussels. In between her studies she collected two years of working experience in the area of development cooperation, working for the GIZ in the Democratic Republic Of Congo in the country office mainly in the area of communication as well as in the headquarters in Eschborn in the health area, working on a database for media material of countries which implemented the Join In-Circuit (JIC) on AIDS, Love and Sexuality. She also worked for Health Focus GmbH, an independent consulting firm active in the field of health promotion and social development, where she worked at the headquarter assisting with project management as well as on a world-wide needs assessment for mobile- and e-learning in the field of sexual and reproductive health. She was then sent to the Republic of Guinea, working for a Guinean-German Laboratory, where she focused on project and patient acquisition. Her main field of expertise and interest are within the field of health promotion and prevention, capacity building and sexual and reproductive health.