Dominic Kailashnath Waughray Head International Institutional Agenda World Economic Forum
BA (Hons) in Geography; MA (Cantab) and winner, Vaughn Lewis Prize, University of Cambridge (1989-92); 1994, MSc in Environmental and Natural Resource Economics, University College London. 1994-98, Inaugural Natural Resource Economist, UK Natural Environment Research Council Institute of Hydrology; 1998-2005, Environmental Resources Management; from 2002, Managing Partner. Since 2006, with the World Economic Forum; joined as inaugural Director, Environmental Initiatives; from 2013, Head of Public Private Partnership, Member of the Executive Committee; since 2018: Head of International Institutional Agenda, with responsibility for World Economic Forum collaboration with the international community on delivering partnerships for the Sustainable Development Goals. Affiliations: Associate Fellow, Royal Institute of International Affairs (Chatham House); Visiting Scholar, Stanford University Woods Institute for the Environment; Special Adviser, China Council for International Cooperation on Environment and Development (CCICED); Trustee, The Climate Group; Governing Board Member CGIAR International Water Management Institute (IWMI).