Alison is responsible for the strategic direction and leadership of Equal Measures 2030. She has over 15 years of experience in international development policy, advocacy and campaigning and has previously worked at UNSDSN, ActionAid, Oxfam, Save the Children and Accenture.
Albert leads the data strategy for Equal Measures 2030, ensuring our results and insights are accessible and understandable to all. He has more than 20 years of experience, including with UNESCO Institute for Statistics, UNICEF Office of Research, and the U.S. Census Bureau.
Amanda develops thematic positioning alongside integrated advocacy and communications plans to drive global, regional and national awareness, engagement and policy change. She also leads support to countries undertaking Equal Measures 2030 influencing. Previously, she worked with Plan International, Save the Children and Oxfam.
Isabel leads on procurement, contracting, sub-awards, compliance and financial analysis for Equal Measures 2030. She joined the team from Save the Children and has also worked with Graham Holdings (Washington Post) and BoardSource.
Mary leads on external engagement with stakeholders and broader audiences, while also overseeing partner relationships. She is also responsible for driving internal operations and project management for Equal Measures 2030. Previously, Mary worked with Plan International and the United Nations.
Zahra is responsible for developing and implementing a proactive and innovative global communications strategy for Equal Measures 2030, including online and offline content. Her past experience includes UNICEF, The New York Times and the CBC, among others.