Tasfiyah Jalil has a decade long experience of working as a development professional. She started her career as an intern at BRAC, the largest developmental organisation in the world and continued to assume a senior leadership role in BRAC Communications prior to joining the James P Grant School of Public Health at Brac University in 2015. She is currently co-ordinating the Nuffic project funded by the EU. She is also the regional coordinator for the Framework Convention for Global Health project, actively involved in developing the Framework. The project outline the framework for accountability and governance of the health sector in the SDGs. Ms Jalil is also co-coordinating the Nuffic project, funded by the Dutch government on capacity development on gender and SRHR through curriculum reform, short courses, training and research. Her experience includes working in Afghanistan, Uganda, South Sudan and Tanzania with a focus on development communications, knowledge management, content development for print and digital media, international media engagement, bottom-up story-telling, youth and media engagement for advocacy, audio-visual production, etc.
Ms Jalil has done her masters in development studies from North South University in Bangladesh.