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Baroness Sugg was the Minister at the Department for International Development and then the Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office (FCDO) from April 2019 until November 2020 when she resigned over the cuts to UK ODA.
Baroness Sugg was also the Prime Minister’s Special Envoy for Girls’ Education from March to November 2020.
Baroness Sugg became a Conservative life peer on 30 August 2016.
She previously served as Director of Operations and Campaigns at Downing Street under David Cameron.
After working in Parliament for William Hague during the early years of the Conservative-Liberal Democrat Coalition and during the Arab Spring, Anthony left to work in the shipping industry where he travelled extensively across West Africa, the Middle East and the Far East.
In 2016 Anthony was offered the post of Senior Adviser to Lord Hague of Richmond and spent two years working on the Preventing Sexual Violence in Conflict Initiative (PSVI) and helping to close the UK’s domestic ivory market. Anthony was selected as candidate and then elected as the Conservative MP for the Constituency of Totnes and South Devon, where many of his family members continue to live and work.
Anthony was elected to the International Trade Select Committee in 2020, a position which allows him to scrutinise future trade deals. He is also Chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Preventing Sexual Violence in Conflict Initiative, and Vice-Chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Photonics and Quantum
Caroline is an active member of the Conservative Party and is standing as a candidate in the Abbey Road Ward of Westminster Council.
Simon is a founding member of CFID and treasurer. Simon has been an active member of Project Umubano and was the Conservative Party candidate in Hackney in 2015.
CFID is fortunate to have the input and support of a number of individuals who contribute ideas, support and energy to CFID and the social action project in particular with special mention to Faye Watson, Cllr David Millican, Krystal Miller, Dina Black, Richard Honey and David Robinson.
Chris Loughran, Halo Trust
Gareth Wallace, World Vision, UK
Zakiy Manji, BAE Systems
Ryan Henson, Coalition for Global Prosperity
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