Cat Tully is the founder of the UK-based School of International Futures (SOIF), which helps different communities and organizations engage with the future, applying strategic foresight techniques to create change. Previously, Cat was strategy project director at the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office, and senior policy adviser in the prime minister’s strategy unit under Tony Blair and Gordon Brown. Before working in government, she worked in strategy and international relations across the not-for-profit and business sectors, including at Christian Aid, Technoserve, and Procter & Gamble. Cat has also worked for the UN, the EU Commission, and the World Bank. She is a trustee of the Foundation for Democracy and Sustainable Development (FDSD), a member of the UN Learning Advisory Council for the 2030 Agenda, a global board member of Academics Stand Against Poverty (ASAP), a nonresident fellow at the US Government Accountability Office’s Center for Strategic Foresight, a member of the advisory group of the British Foreign Policy Group (BFPG), and a member of the advisory committee of the Chilean Council of Foresight and Strategy. She holds degrees from Cambridge and Princeton universities.
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