Dr Timothy Nielander
Tim has more than fifteen years of experience in the design and operation of development institutions and facilities, including governance design for projects involving multiple countries and private sector parties. He has consulted multilateral development banks regarding regional and global programs, African Union institutions, a sustainable energy initiative in the SDAC region and disaster preparedness facilities in the Caribbean/Central American and the Pacific regions.
Timothy has extensive experience in the institutional public-private cooperation sector, including design and operational support for the Global Fund to Fight HIV/AIDs, TB and Malaria, GAVI, the African Risk Capacity, the Farm to Market Alliance, UNITAID, UNICEF, the ILO, the World Bank, and the Asian Development Bank.
Tim holds a PhD from the University of Geneva – Graduate Institute in International Relations/Law focused on legal frameworks for public-private cooperation mechanism, an LLM Master of Laws in Intellectual Property Law, a Juris Doctor Degree in Law and a Bachelor’s degree in Liberal Arts