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Elisha London "is a development professional with particular expertise in fundraising and holds a Masters in Development Management from the London School of Economics. She has experience working with a number of aid and development organisations including World Vision, The Oaktree Foundation, and Overseas Development Institute. She brings funding expertise to the development sector from her experience as a Philanthropy Specialist and Corporate Partnerships Coordinator at the Sydney Opera House, and is passionate about finding sustainable funding solutions for non-profit organisations. She has established an endowment fund for Australian aid organisation, The Oaktree Foundation, and has worked on advocacy campaigns including the 2007 Make Poverty History Zero Seven Roadtrip. She has lived in the UK since 2008 and is a board member of The Oaktree Foundation UK.
- UK Country Director, Global Poverty Project
Resources and articles
- Team, Global Poverty Project, accessed March 23, 2011.