Alexandra Jones is a lawyer leading the Food Policy Division’s program on regulatory strategies to prevent diet-related disease, with collaborators at the University of Sydney’s Faculty of Law, Charles Perkins Centre and Menzies Centre for Health Policy.
Alexandra’s current research interests include Australia’s interpretive front-of-pack Health Star Rating system, mandatory salt standards, government-led programs for reformulation of processed foods, and regulation of sugar-sweetened beverages.
Alexandra has previously worked on global tobacco control, and in health and human rights. Her primary interest is in the use of domestic and international law as a policy tool for prevention and control of non-communicable diseases. Ali holds a Masters of Global Health Law from Georgetown Law (Washington, D.C. USA), and a BA/LLB from the University of Sydney. Ali is currently undertaking a Ph.D. exploring nutrition labelling regulation worldwide.