My goal is to contribute to the emergence of a world where resources are used effectively, equitably and sustainably to meet people’s needs. I aim to do this by promoting policy and practice that contributes to more open – transparent, participatory and accountable – governance that in turn supports communities’ efforts to try, learn and adapt their way towards context-appropriate solutions to development challenges.
I am currently the Executive Director for Global Integrity, having previously worked for ONE, DFID, the Overseas Development Institute, the UK Parliament, the Open University and the University of Cambridge. When I’m not trying to open governance, I’m likely to be messing around on my mountain bike. My CV is here.