Centre for International Governance Innovation (CIGI)
BA (Hons) in Economics, Queen's Univ., Kingston, Ontario; Rhodes Scholar; MPhil in Economics, Oxford Univ.; DPhil candidate in Economics, Oxford Univ. Former: Global Strategist, Woodbine Capital Advisors; Principal Adviser, Exec. Office of the Secretary- General of the UN; Policy Adviser, UNDP; Senior Macroeconomist, The Earth Institute, Columbia Univ.; Economist, IMF; Director of Studies and Stipendiary Lecturer in Economics, Keble College, Oxford Univ.; positions with the World Bank and Goldman Sachs Int'l in fixed-income emerging markets and capital markets. Currently, Senior Fellow, Jeanne Sauve Foundation; Visiting Scholar, Chazen Institute of Int'l Business, Columbia Business School. Former Term Member, Council on Foreign Relations. Next Generation Fellow, American Assembly. Member, Banff Forum. Committee Member, IRC GenR. Founder and Chair of the Board, US Foundation, Pearson College. Life Fellow, RSA. Salzburg Global Fellow. Brett House is a Visiting Scholar at Columbia University's Chazen Institute of International Business. Prior, he was a Global Strategist for Woodbine Capital Advisors, Principal Advisor in the Executive Office of the Secretary-General of the United Nations, Policy Advisor at UNDP, Senior Macroeconomist with The Earth Institute at Columbia University, Economist with the International Monetary Fund and Director of Studies and Stipendiary Lecturer in Economics, Keble College, Oxford University. He has also had positions with the World Bank and Goldman Sachs International in fixed-income emerging markets and capital markets. House has been a Member of the Council on Foreign Relations, Next Generation Fellow of the American Assembly, Member of the Banff Forum, Committee Member of IRC GenR, and Founder and Chair of the Board of the US Foundation for Pearson College.A Rhodes Scholar, House has a BA (Hons First Class) in Economics from Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario and an MPhil in Economics from Oxford University. He is currently working on his DPhil in Economics at Oxford University.