Catarina Tully

Founder, School of International Futures (SOIF), UK

Cat Tully is the founder of the School of International Futures (SOIF). SOIF helps leaders, communities, and organizations engage with the future, to make better decisions today. SOIF runs projects and foresight retreats across the world and has 600 alumni in 50 countries. Cat advises on and teaches strategic foresight, emergent strategy and system stewardship internationally, including at the UN and as a visiting professor in Malaysia and Russia. Previously, Cat was a strategy project director at the UK FCO and senior policy advisor in the Prime Minister's Strategy Unit. Before working in government, she worked in strategy and international relations across the not-for-profit and business sectors, including Christian Aid, Technoserve and Procter and Gamble. Cat has degrees from Cambridge and Princeton Universities. She is a trustee for Involve, a public participation think tank; the Foundation for Democracy and Sustainable Development (FDSD); a global board member of Academics Stand Against Poverty (ASAP); and a member of the Advisory Group of the British Foreign Policy Group (BFPG).

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