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Doctors of the World has a number of expert spokespeople who are available to take part in media interviews.

Below is a list of their names and areas of expertise. If you would like to request to speak to them, please email Melanie Delaroche at

Simon Tyler, Executive Director

Simon joined DOTW in August 2022 after working in the field and HQ for MSF Holland, UK and South Asia. Since 2007, he has worked as the senior manager of operations in Nigeria, Jordan, Darfur, Myanmar, Iraq, Syria, South Sudan, Turkey & Pakistan. He has also worked in the institutional environment in Tunisia, Jordan, India, and Sri Lanka establishing new office locations to support MSF’s operations and international staff recruitment bases. He also managed MSF UK’s Covid response in 2020 and lead and investigation into asylum seeker accommodation centres in 2021.

Anna Miller, Head of Policy and Advocacy

Anna joined Doctors of the World UK in 2015 to lead the organisation’s work to strengthen the right to healthcare in the UK and then joined Médecins du Monde’s European Observatory programme, which collects and publishes data on healthcare exclusion across Europe and advocates for policy change at European level. She now leads Doctors of the World UK’s advocacy team, overseeing policy work, parliamentary advocacy, public facing campaigns and evidence collection.

Before joining DOTW UK Anna worked and volunteered with a number of NGOs to improve access to justice, housing, and public services and as a receptionist in an NHS GP practice. She has a Graduate Diploma in Law and a master’s degree in African and Asian History from SOAS.  

Amardeep Kamboz, Head of Services

Amar joined the DOTW team in June 2018, taking on responsibility for coordinating DOTW’s east London clinic and helpline services, prior to which she had volunteered in DOTW’s east London clinic. Since then, she has led the opening of new projects, and now leads DOTWs services. Amar’s background encompasses a range of humanitarian roles in the international and UK domestic charity sector.

Amar’s role requires detailed knowledge of the people DOTW supports and the challenges they face accessing healthcare, which include people with irregular immigration status, people seeking asylum, people who are homeless, and people from other vulnerable and excluded communities. She is able to comment on the healthcare needs and priorities of these communities.

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