Board member Carolyn Miller brings more than 30 years’ experience of leadership and management in international development, both on the ground and at a global level. This has involved significant engagement in global health, humanitarian response and ways of working in fragile states. She has lived and worked in Mozambique, southern Africa, and Nicaragua.
Carolyn was Chief executive of the international health charity Merlin from 2005 to 2013 where she developed the organisation and led its merger with Save the Children. Prior to this she was Director for Europe, Middle East and the Americas at DFID, and Director of Programmes at Save the Children.
Carolyn currently takes on interim leadership roles and consultancies; these have included working with The Listen Charity, Public Health England (global programmes), the Global eHealth Foundation, Gates Foundation, Oxfam, and Crown Agents. She is Chair of the NGO INTRAC, which supports civil society.