Trinh To Oanh, MSc. is the Vietnam in-country coordinator for our Cardiovascular Health program, overseeing our sodium reduction efforts. She has more than 20 years of experiences in road safety research, policy development and advocacy and public health programs. Prior to joining the Global Health Advocacy Incubator, she worked as senior researcher and Deputy Director at the Traffic Safety Research Center of Transport Development and Strategy Institute (TDSI) of the Ministry of Transport in Vietnam, held the position of Road Safety Program Manager at International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) Hanoi office to manage road safety programmes of the Global Road Safety Partnership (GRSP) in Vietnam and subsequently took the position of the National Road Safety Consultant at GRSP. Her degrees are in Theory and Politics, Institute for Transport Administration and Management Cadres; Transport Economics, University of Communication and Transport; and Transport Business and Administration. She currently supports the Vietnam Country Director in coordination with policymakers, government ministries and civil society organizations to support the planning, launch and implementation of community-based intervention programs related to sodium salt reduction and child drowning prevention. These evidence-based interventions contribute to better and heathier lives for Vietnamese people.