As the Global Lead on Economic Justice, Toby works to coordinate Christian Aid's work aimed at transforming economies to make them fully sustainable and ensure that they deliver justice, equality and rights for all.

He is an experienced development professional with over 20 years of experience in the development sector working with a number of major NGOs.

He holds an MSc in International Development from the Centre for Development Studies as well as a first degree in Ecology.

He has worked both in the UK and in developing countries in programme delivery, policy, advocacy and campaigning roles, working on a broad range of development related issues including health, climate change, disability, trade and, most recently, tax.

As well as living and working in rural Cameroon for two years, he has travelled and worked extensively in a number of other countries in Africa as well as Bangladesh and the Caribbean region.

He regularly represents Christian Aid at global events and in coalitions and partnerships, including acting as co-chair of the Steering group for the Independent Commission for Reform of International Corporate Taxation (ICRICT), a high level Commission that brings together prominent economists, academics and activists from across the globe.