Leonard Tedd leads the Climate Environment and Heath team in the Global Health Directorate in the UK’s Foreign Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO).
The team has responsibility for water, sanitation and hygiene policy and central programmes, climate and health, and emerging work on air quality.
Leonard studied engineering at Durham University and post-graduate Development Studies at the School of Oriental and African Studies in London.
International assignments include leading the emergency preparedness and response team for UN OCHA in South Sudan, and the FCDO post-earthquake reconstruction team in Nepal.
Outside of work he is a coach with his children’s cycling club, and enjoys mountaineering, cycling, and beekeeping.