Fergus Drake

Fergus Drake is the new UK director of Save the Children.

Fergus Drake
Fergus Drake

Drake has recently returned from Rwanda, where he worked for the Office of Tony Blair assisting Rwandan prime minister Bernard Makuza in establishing the country's first co-ordination unit, which will help to implement the government's top priorities across the country. Drake's predecessor, Colette Marshall, was in the role for four years and has left to have a baby. "My experience of working in Whitehall, in the private sector and in development overseas has equipped me with a range of influencing and delivery skills to drive forward our vision of ending child poverty in the UK by 2020," said Drake.

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