Andrew MacLeod Keynote Speaker
- Thought leader on 'Shared Value'
- Prominent media commenator on global security and geopolitics
- Leading expert on organisational leadership
Andrew MacLeod's Biography
Andrew MacLeod is CEO and Chair of Griffin Law (UK) as well as Non-Executive Director for companies across the UK, Middle East and Australia. He is also a visiting Professor at Kings College London, a Council Member at Keele University and a Vice Chancellor’s Distinguished Fellow at Deakin University.
With a strong understanding of the ever changing political landscape, Andrew’s career spans across profit, not-for-profit, military and academic paradigms.
Throughout his career he has held prominent positions in sustainable investing (Cornerstone Capital, Sendry), award-winning professional services practices (Griffin Law) and critical environment advice (Burnham Global, Consilium Strategies and Risk Advisory Group). Not-for-profit has always been a feature in his career and he has been involved in vast humanitarian response operations including for the UN’s Emergency Coordination Centre in Pakistan and for the International Committee of the Red Cross. Andrew co-founded an anti-child-abuse charity called Hear Their Cries.
Andrew has received various rewards including the Humanitarian Overseas Service Medal twice, the Australian Defence Medal, University of Tasmania Foundation distinguished Graduate Award, the 2013 Young Britons Foundation Global Leadership for Freedom Award and the 2008 Australian Davos Connection Leadership Award.
As a public speaker and coach, Andrew has been featured on TV networks internationally including BBC World and CNN.
Andrew MacLeod's Speaking Topics
• Humanitarian responses in conflict zones
• Global security and geopolitics
• Philanthropic partnerships
• Global risk