Ecoflix podcast - Simon Sadinsky
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Simon is an Executive Director at the Prince’s Foundation, overseeing the organisation’s education, health and other charitable activities. In addition to his role at The Prince’s Foundation, he serves on the Governing Board of the Global Centre on Healthcare and Urbanisation at Kellogg College, University of Oxford, is a Research Fellow at the University of Grenoble, a Professor of Practice at the University of Wales and sits on the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Craft. Prior to joining the Prince’s Foundation, Simon worked within the community development sector in the UK, US and internationally. He holds an MSc in Population and Development from the London School of Economics, an MA Urban Policy from the University of Illinois-Chicago, a BA Political Science from Colorado College and is currently completing a PhD in Urban Studies at the University of Glasgow.
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