| Lesley Simm |
(academic, terror expert, deep state operative?)
|Alma mater||Nottingham University, London University|
|Founder of||Institute for Statecraft, UK/Council on Foreign Relations|
|Member of||Institute for Statecraft, UK/Council on Foreign Relations|
"Lesley worked in Iran for the British Council and then, after a hasty departure from Iran in 1979, she moved to East Africa, working in Somalia and Tanzania. Lesley lectured in the UK for some years, leading a key academic area in her college, then, on her return to the Horn of Africa, she spent two years researching in Ethiopia, focussing on the management (and sharing) of water resources in the Nile Basin. Returning to the UK in 2000, Lesley worked for the Diocese of Winchester for three years, restructuring partnership links between the Diocese and the African Provinces (Burundi, Congo, Rwanda, Uganda and, also Burma)."
She was a director of the Institute for Statecraft for almost 6 years.
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