Stacey Cram has advised and lobbied on national and global policy development across a range of thematic issues. She is currently working on the UN Post 2015 process to ensure that citizen priorities influence the agenda, with a strong focus on justice, governance and the data revolution. She joins Namati from Restless Development where she was the Head of Global Policy and Practice, leading on their Post 2015 work. Previously, she has supported national civil society organisations, governments and multilateral organisations to develop education, youth, information and gender policies and to create citizen feedback mechanisms. In Nigeria, she worked for DFID’s Education Programme, supporting stakeholders to strengthen accountability mechanisms to deliver quality, inclusive education and advance civil society organisations capacities in research, advocacy and policy engagement. She also worked at Right To Play and Chartwell Education, led by the former US Secretary of Education Rod Paige; and consulted for USAID, CORE, and the London 2012 Olympic Games. She is passionate about citizens’ role in state accountability mechanisms, governance and open data. Stacey holds an MA in International Relations from the University of St Andrews and an MSc in Global Governance and Public Policy from Birkbeck College, Univeristy of London.