Program Manager for the Prevention of Noncommunicable Diseases, President of the International Society for Physical Activity and Health | World Health Organization WHO
Prof. Dr. Fiona Bull is Programme Lead for Physical Activity in the Department of Health Promotion situated within the new Division of Healthier Populations at the World Health Organization based at Headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland. Before joining WHO in 2017, Fiona was Professor of Public Health and Physical Activity at the University of Western Australia. She has been Director of two research centres, in Australia and in the UK, and her work has focussed on using technology to measure physical activity, understanding and promoting physical activity and on how technologies and urban design can influence peoples motivations and active behaviours. Dr Bull’s work has been recognised with the award of Member of the British Empire (MBE) for services to public health. She now leads the implementation of the WHO new Global Action Plan on Physical Activity – More active people for a healthier world.