Trevor is a Design Manager at Dalberg Design Impact Group (DIG), the design and innovation unit of strategy firm Dalberg Global Development Advisors. DIG pioneers an integrated approach to problem solving that combines human-centered design and systems thinking with business strategy. He manages DIG’s operations and finances, and leads project engagements with public and private sector clients.
Prior to joining DIG, Trevor was a Research Fellow with The MasterCard Center for Inclusive Growth. His research assessed the demand for mobile financial services and branchless banking among poor Indonesians, and he advised businesses and regulators on product and policy design. This research was captured in the report “Mobilizing Banking for Indonesia’s Poor”, co-authored with Michael Mori and published by MIT Press.
Previously, he worked with the Clinton Foundation in various capacities—advising Ministries of Health in sub-Saharan Africa, organizing the Annual Meeting of the Clinton Global Initiative, and coordinating the personal office of President Clinton. During a secondment with the South African Department of Health, he helped lead a HIV treatment optimization study that improved patient outcomes and saved millions (USD) per annum. He also oversaw the operations and budget for a $50 million dollar program to increase access to and generate demand for essential medicines for children in India, Kenya, Nigeria, and Uganda.
He has a Master's degree from The Fletcher School at Tufts University, and an undergraduate degree from the University of Washington.
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