As a principal at Omidyar Network, based in the London office, Andrew focuses on policy, advocacy strategy, and related investments for the global Governance & Citizen Engagement initiative. Andrew’s experience as an advocacy and policy specialist spans both the international development and private sectors.
Before joining Omidyar Network in early 2014, Andrew worked at Publish What You Fund (PWYF), a campaign for aid transparency, where he led engagement with the United States, European Union, and World Bank to increase the quantity and quality of public aid information. He also represented PWYF on the steering committee of the International Aid Transparency Initiative.
Prior to PWYF, Andrew served as public affairs manager for Ranelagh International Limited, where he provided strategic planning and advocacy for clients in the education, forestry, renewable energy, construction, and related manufacturing industries. Andrew also worked at the Overseas Development Institute, where he took part in an aid harmonization project that mapped most official development aid onto the Ugandan budget.
Andrew received an MA in political science from the University of British Columbia and has a BA in history from Trinity College, University of Cambridge.