Robyn Scott
Robyn has a BSc in Bioinformatics from the University of Auckland and an MPhil in Bioscience Enterprise from the University of Cambridge, where she studied trends in the pricing of medicines in developing countries. She was a Gates Cambridge Scholar. In 2008, her first book, Twenty Chickens for a Saddle, was published. She is currently working on a second book about a group of maximum security prisoners in South Africa who have adopted AIDS orphans. She is a founding member of two start-up companies, a co-founder of Mothers for All, and an Ambassador for the Access to Medicine Index. She is also involved with several not-for-profits working in developing world health, education and the environment. She was born in England, and grew up in Botswana and New Zealand.