Our people

FHI 360 UK’s team of highly-skilled full-time and associate consultants have experience of solving complex development challenges across a wide range of sectors and organisations – and work together to deliver the strategic, financial and governance solutions our clients are seeking. 

Our staff and consultants have worked in major commercial organisations, for grant-makers, donors and governments, and have led NGOs and charitable organisations. They have been leaders in business and industry and led international project teams in countries across the world. They bring this experience to better understand local issues and find solutions that combine indigenous knowledge with international best practice from all sectors.

Our core team

Stephen Brady

Steve serves as the Managing Director of FHI 360 UK.  He brings over thirty years international development experience and has led the design and delivery of business growth strategies across a number of economic development and public sector governance sectors. He has worked and travelled extensively in Africa and Asia and was formerly country director of Crown Agents’ operations in Nigeria, Uganda and Japan.

Jason Olson

Jason is the Senior Technical Director at FHI 360 UK, and he brings wide experience in public sector reform, including: centre of government; political economy; legislatures and parliaments; civil society; legal reform; legislative drafting; public financial management; civil service reform; rule of law; security sector reform; and public sector, NGO and CSO capacity building. He has designed and implemented reform programmes and works on both high-level systematic issues and day-to-day procedures. Jason has developed winning technical approaches to several substantial and innovative donor programmes, focusing on both supply-side governance reform, and demand-side accountability and advocacy programmes.

Feyi Rodway

Feyi Rodway is FHI 360 UK’s Senior Education Adviser and is leading the development of FHI 360’s UK-funded global education portfolio. Feyi has designed, evaluated and advised several FCDO-funded education programmes as a consultant. She also recently led an independent review of UNGEI/Global Partnership for Education’s gender responsive education sector planning programme, and the social development technical team at FCDO’s Girls Education Challenge Fund. Feyi directed Plan International’s first two State of the World’s Girls flagship reports and developed the early stages of its game changing Because I am a Girl campaign. Feyi has a longstanding commitment to advancing gender equality through education and has worked across Sub-Saharan Africa. 

Frank Brumfit

Frank is a Technical Advisor on Preventing Violent Conflict and Extremism with FHI 360’s Civil Society and Peacebuilding Department. He currently supports youth, CVE, and peacebuilding programmes in Cameroon, D.R. Congo, Honduras, Morocco, and Tunisia. Frank is a technical expert on youth, peacebuilding, community engagement and CVE programming. Over the last 11 years, Frank has lived and worked in D.R. Congo, Liberia, Libya, Thailand, Tunisia, and Zambia, designing and implementing programmes to support countries in transition, engage youth and communities, and conduct research on the local dynamics of conflict. 

David Bevis

David is FHI 360 UK’s Finance and Operations Manager. A chartered accountant with 20 years’ experience, David has worked across the back-office functions of Finance, Project Management and Business Development and brings a wealth of experience of winning and delivering successful projects across a wide range of donors in the International Development sector.

Charlotte McKee

Charlotte is a Project Manager at FHI 360 UK. Prior to joining FHI 360 UK, Charlotte worked as a consultant at Montenero Consulting, working on business development and project delivery. She has experience working on projects in the Middle East, West Africa, Central Africa, and Latin America and the Caribbean for a range of donors. 

Karin Alexander

Karin is the Political Economy and Accountability Technical Lead at FHI 360 UK, and she brings wide experience in delivering politically smart and adaptive projects and programmes across a broad range of geographic and thematic areas. Karin is an experienced team leader and political economy adviser, with specialisations in analysis, the development of adaptive strategic frameworks and, establishing and growing politically smart teams. She has a deep understanding of the challenges of governance and public sector reform in complex, fragile and transitional environments, as well as the dynamics of working with private entities, civil society, public sector actors and international agencies.

Ejakhegbe Abumere

Ejakhegbe Abumere is a skilled and experienced IT professional with over fourteen years of experience as a systems analyst, IT project manager, software engineer, and business analyst. With a passion for problem-solving, he specializes in using people, processes, and technology to drive innovation and meet business needs. In his most recent role as Senior Application Analyst at FHI360 UK, Abumere has been responsible for technical ownership, rollout, and support of DHIS2, coordinating stakeholders through the project life cycle, architecting data models, developing source code, and providing training on DHIS2 use. Prior to this, as Application Analyst, Abumere coordinated the design, implementation, customization, and operational support of DHIS2 (HIMS) in several countries, provided training on PowerBI. Abumere is passionate about developmental and humanitarian missions and continuously seeks to expand his knowledge to meet evolving business needs and challenges. He is a motivated and skilled professional with a track record of success in IT project management and systems analysis.

Interested in joining the FHI 360 UK team?

If you have experience of working in the International Development sector, and would like to join FHI 360 UK as a consultant or part of the core team please get in touch, and complete our short application form here.