Nina Renshaw joined the European Public Health Alliance (EPHA) as Secretary-General in late 2014 after eight years at Brussels-based environmental group, Transport & Environment, where she was Deputy Director. She has campaigned on a variety of EU policies, including road safety and the health impacts of transport. She was a delegate to the World Health Organization (WHO) and the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) and represented the Green10 environmental groups on the European Commission’s Advisory Group on red tape reduction. Renshaw represents EPHA on the Civil Society Contact Group, the Social Platform, the Better Regulation Watchdog, the Executive Committee of the Health and Environment Alliance and is a member of the European Commission’s Advisory Group on the EU-US TTIP trade negotiations. She holds a degree in International Business in the U.K. and an MA in European Policy and Politics from Humboldt University in Berlin and Bath University.