In partnership with
Dr Kizzy Gandy
Kizzy Gandy is a Senior Advisor within BIT’s international development team. She leads BIT’s work with the Department for International Development, European Commission and the Global Innovation Fund. She has also worked with Public Health England on healthy eating, and the Joseph Rowntree Foundation on poverty in the UK. Formerly, she worked for the Australian Government’s foreign aid agency, AusAID, and later the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) as an Evaluation Manager. She has a PhD in political psychology from the Australian National University which focused on the psychological drivers of voter attitudes to foreign aid. Kizzy also has a background in public health and previously worked for the National Centre for Epidemiology and Population Health in Australia.