Cameron joined WSUP in March 2017 working as EA to the CEO, supporting various strategic projects and assisting in the maturity of WSUP’s corporate governance. In January 2019, he began to work part-time in the Innovation & Consumer Needs (ICoN) Team, providing analysis to the SWEEP business model in Bangladesh. In April 2019, Cameron became WSUP’s Business Analyst, leading WSUP’s approaches to business development and analysing the various business models which WSUP promotes.

Cameron holds an Economics degree from the University of St Andrews and has previously worked in social policy and for business representation groups.

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Bridget is a civil engineer and has 10 years’ experience in the water and sanitation sector. Over half of that time has been working within water and sewerage utilities in Australia, in a variety of roles in service planning, technical support, operations and project delivery. Bridget has a Master of Integrated Water Management and has worked on projects in Australia, Zambia, Uganda, Bangladesh and India.

Most recently Bridget worked full time in Zambia on the Faecal Sludge Management Business Development consultancy, part of the Lusaka Sanitation Programme, funded by the World Bank.

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Richard has been Team Leader for a number of key WSUP Advisory projects focusing on WASH planning and strategy development at national level. He was previously WSUP Programme Director for Kenya and Zambia.

His background is in Civil, Water and Environmental Engineering, and Institutional Development. He has 10 years of experience with African utilities, as well as broader experience in Africa, Middle East, Asia, Eastern Europe and Central America.

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Isabel is an independent sanitation specialist based in the UK. Since 2005, she worked for WSP – World Bank developing poor-inclusive urban sanitation programmes in Indonesia, Vietnam, Philippines, Pacific Islands and South Asia, and more recently also developing global tools and diagnostics for faecal sludge management.

Prior to joining the World Bank she did similar sanitation work in Southern and East Africa with bilateral and multilateral organisations, consulting firms and NGO’s.

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Jo is a chartered civil engineer and has worked in the utility industry for over 40 years with various UK water companies and in overseas missions. She currently works as an independent consultant specialising in the management of distribution assets.

She was awarded the MBE for services to the water industry in 1995 and actively collaborates with professional organisations including the Institution of Civil Engineers and the International Water Association. Jo consults regularly for WSUP Advisory.

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Having previously led WSUP Advisory CIC as Managing Director, Robert Martin now works with the company as an Associate Consultant. He has over 35 years of experience in the global water sector, including 15 years managing urban services and support to operations worldwide for an international private sector service provider.

As an independent consultant since 2006, he has worked extensively with the European Investment Bank and the UN hosted Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council. He holds a BSc in Engineering and Applied Science from Yale University and a PhD in Environmental Health Sciences from Johns Hopkins University.

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Rosemary is Head of Water with WSUP’s Innovation and Consumer Needs team. She brings 28 years of experience from the water industry, including 20 years at Veolia Water and Mott MacDonald with a variety of executive roles.

She has built strong experience in countries including the US, Rwanda, Eastern Sudan, DRC, Tanzania and Zambia. Her expertise ranges from technical management, private sector participation, behaviour change, to utility business development in the water sector.

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Jane is a chemical engineer specialised in water, waste and environmental management. She has over 22 years’ experience working on international water and sanitation projects in Africa, Asia, Latin America and Eastern Europe.

Jane’s clients include the World Bank, UN-HABITAT, DFID, the EU and the Inter-American Development Bank. She leads work on liquid and solid waste management including WSUP Advisory’s project to improve faecal sludge management in Freetown, Sierra Leone.

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With over 25 years’ experience in water sector projects in sub-Saharan Africa, Europe, South East Asia and Latin America, Tim has worked with NGOs, UN agencies and private sector consultants in both development and humanitarian relief.

He has worked with WSUP since 2006, having previously acted as Programme Director for WSUP programmes in Ghana, Mali and Zambia.

During this time he has developed a solid understanding of strategies to address the challenges faced by service providers in meeting the water and sanitation needs of low-income urban communities.

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A civil engineer by profession, Yaver has over 35 years of consulting engineering and business leadership experience in North America, Europe, the Middle East, South Asia and Africa. His expertise includes strategy, corporate governance, business planning, leadership and the planning, financing, design and management of infrastructure projects.

Yaver holds a MS in management from the Graduate School of Business at Stanford University and is a Licensed Professional Engineer.

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