Trish Malloch Brown

Lady (Trish) Malloch-Brown is as an independent consultant focusing on environmental, humanitarian, education and health issues. 

Current Board memberships include Chair of Bioversity International UK and USA; The Alliance Strategy and Program Advisory Council (ASPAC); Barrow Foundation UK; The Bobby Jones CSF Foundation; co/rizom Advisory Board. She was the Vice Chair of the Refugees International (RI) Board for 12 years and is also a co-founder of the Washington Circle, an outreach group targeted at women in Washington, DC, who are interested in humanitarian affairs. Earlier in her career Trish worked at an international political consultancy firm as well as with The Open Society Foundation as a Program Officer for Eastern Europe. She has also worked with The Charities Aid Foundation (CAF) as a consultant focusing on International Philanthropy.

She holds a BA in Political Science from Denison University (1986) and a Masters of International Affairs from Columbia University (SIPA, 1991). Trish also has a gemology degree from the Gemological Institute of America (GIA, 1999) and a Professional Qualification Degree in furniture, upholstery and fabrics from the Association of Master Upholsterers and Soft Furnishers (AMUSF) at the London Metropolitan University (CASS School of Art, Architecture and Design 2017).

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