EDUCATION/SKILLS/EXPERIENCE


PROFESSIONAL EXPERTISE

  Economic growth and development policy studies.

  Country, program and thematic evaluations.

  Rural and regional economic development.

  Trade, investment and regional economic cooperation.

  Private sector development and regulatory reform. 

  Public and Corporate Governance. 


OTHER SKILLS

  Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.

  High level stakeholder engagement and communication skills

  Established high level networks in Asia and Australia.

  Negotiation, capacity building and leadership skills.

  Writing, communication and computer skills.


EDUCATION

   1986   Master of Economics, Australian National University.

   1982   Bachelor of Agricultural Economics (Hons), University of New England.

   1975  Certificate of Farm Technology, Albury Technical College.

Short-term training in areas such as corporate governance, Board/Trustee roles and responsibilities, planning, communication and computers skills.


COUNTRY WORK EXPERIENCE

Afghanistan, Australia, Bangladesh, Butan, Cambodia, Caribbean (Barbados, Guyana, Jamaica, St Lucia, and Trinidad and Tobago), China, Egypt, Fiji, India, Indonesia, Italy, Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Myanmar, Nepal, New Zealand, Philippines, Solomon Islands, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Viet Nam.


LANGUAGES

English: native speaker.

Vietnamese: intermediate 

Thai/Lao: basic 


AFFILIATIONS

Asia and Pacific Policy Society.

Australian Institute of Company Directors.

World Economics Association.


COMMUNITY POSITIONS

AIESEC Board of Advisors, University of Foreign Trade, Hanoi.

(Former) Member, Board of Directors (and former Chair of Governance Committee) United Nations International School of Hanoi


OTHER SKILLS/STRENGTHS

Strong analytical and problem solving skills

High level communication skills/networks in Asia

Capacity building and team leadership skills

Writing, communication and computer skills

Negotiation and consensus building skills

Corporate governance expereince

Lifelong Learner (e.g. Coursera)

© Raymond Mallon 2019