Lady Malloch-Brown is an Independent Humanitarian Affairs Consultant based in London. She was the Vice Chair of the Refugees International (RI) Board for 12 years and has been an active supporter since 1986, when she worked at the Sawyer Miller Group, a New York-based strategic and political consulting firm. She is also a co-founder of the Washington Circle, an outreach group targeted at women in Washington, DC, who are interested in humanitarian affairs; the Circle also has groups in New York, Wyoming, Chicago and Boston.
She holds a BA in Political Science from Denison University and a Masters of International Affairs from Columbia University (SIPA). She also served as a Program Officer for Eastern Europe at the Soros Foundation. In this capacity, she worked with a variety of technology exchange and educational programs in Romania, Czechoslovakia, Poland and other eastern European countries.
Current Board memberships include Refugees International; the International Rescue Committee UK; Commissioner of the Women’s Refuge Commission; the Columbia University Scholars Program; The Chiari and Syringomelia Foundation (CSF); and, Co-Chair of the CSF Baltimore and Greater Washington Chapter, Denison University.