Lucy returns to AFSC after having previously worked as the Asia Regional Director from 2013 to 2018. In that role, she led the development of regional strategy and brought an integrated approach to the work in Asia.
Lucy’s work experience includes senior management in international development, peacebuilding, and conflict transformation, with specific experience in the disability rights sector and inclusivity. For the past five years she has worked as a conflict transformation consultant and executive and leadership coach with clients in the private and charity sector. She is also a Trustee with the Lansbury House Charitable Trust, a UK grant giving trust focused on peace projects, and is a member of the Rethinking Security council, a network of organizations, academics and activists working together for UK security based on justice, cooperation and sustainability. Lucy holds an MA in International Development and ILM Level 7 Certificate for Executive and Senior Level Coaches and Mentors. She will be based in London, UK.
In this new role, Lucy will be responsible for leading AFSC’s work towards a future free of militarism and violence.