I joined the Triple Line Cities and infrastructure team in 2019 following eight years at ICF, a global consulting services company. The appeal was clear. Triple line offered me an opportunity to deepen my expertise within the broader East Africa region. As it turns out, I have spent most of my time in Kenya and Rwanda from where I’ve led a number of urbanisation and cities projects for the United Kingdom’s Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO), World Bank, Cities Alliance and Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC).
It’s not just the diversity and complexity of challenges I encounter in my work that I enjoy; I also relish the opportunity to help clients make an impact. Since the start of my career I have undertaken more than 30 projects throughout Africa, Asia, the Pacific, and Latin America and the Caribbean. This has included working extensively with governments and advising on urbanisation, urban and regional economic development, infrastructure, disaster and climate resilience, and inclusive growth, among other issues.
The best thing at Triple Line is the flexible way it allows you to balance career and personal interests. While working abroad I have had some great opportunities to see new places and meet people from different backgrounds and mindsets.