Principal Consultant and Director
Adam Leach has over thirty years of experience in strategic leadership and management of international NGOs. He has global experience of development and humanitarian aid programme implementation and impact with refugees, displaced people and vulnerable communities in poorer and middle income countries in Africa, Asia, the Middle East and Eastern Europe. He specialises in strategic evaluation, analysis and policy advice at senior level for cost effective aid interventions and the delivery of practical responses to social, economic, and institutional issues, as well as to natural and man-made disasters. He has wide experience in cross-sector collaboration between the international not-for-profit sector, government and the private sector.
MSc Agricultural Economics and Environmental Management, London University, United Kingdom (1994)
Master’s in Business Administration (MBA), London Business School, United Kingdom (1988)
MA (Hons) Modern History, Queens’ College, Cambridge University, United Kingdom (1981)