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Oxfam spokespeople

Oxfam spokespeople are available for interview on a wide range of subjects. To arrange interviews on ISDN, Globelynx, Skype or in person, please contact the media unit.

Mark Goldring

is Oxfam's Chief Executive. He was Oxfam's country director in Bangladesh in the early 1990s before holding senior positions in DFID and UNDP. He has also served as chief executive of the UK's leading disability charity, Mencap, and Voluntary Service Overseas.

Richard Corbett

Is Oxfam's Humanitarian Lead. He maintains oversight of Oxfam's response to emergencies around the world. Richard has led responses in Afghanistan, Sierra Leone, Sudan and DRC before moving to a head office role at Oxfam. He has also been Chief Executive of Healthwatch Bucks and Reading Voluntary Action.

Matthew Spencer

Matthew Spencer is Director of Campaigns, Policy and Influencing, a role that covers all of Oxfam's key campaigns on inequality, rights in crisis, women's rights and food and climate justice. Matthew has 30 years' experience of UK and international environmental issues. Before joining Oxfam he was director of Green Alliance, head of government affairs at the Carbon Trust, and campaign director at Greenpeace UK. Matthew spent the early part of his career working on tropical forest conservation in Latin America. He also speaks fluent Spanish.

Nikki van der Gaag

is Director of Gender Justice and Women's Rights at Oxfam. She brings over 30 years of experience and a proven track record in shaping the debate on women's rights and gender justice in the UK and globally. She has worked with a wide range of organisations; from UN Women to the corporate sector, small local NGOs, donor organisations and the media. Nikki's latest books are NoNonsense Feminism: Why the world still needs the F-word (New Internationalist 2017) and Feminism and Men (Zed Press 2014).

Kirsty Davies-Warner

Kirsty Davies-Warner

is Head of Oxfam Cymru. She was previously Deputy Director at one of Wales' leading think tanks, the Institute of Welsh Affairs. As well as having been a local councillor in Cardiff since 2008, Kirsty has served as a Cabinet member for Health Social Care and Wellbeing. At Oxfam Cymru, Kirsty shapes and leads an integrated programme challenging poverty in Wales.

Jamie Livingstone

is Head of Oxfam Scotland. He is a former print and broadcast journalist and was most recently Political Correspondent for STV News. He joined Oxfam in 2011 as Campaigns and Communications Manager.

Ana Caistor Arendar

Ana Caistor Arendar

is Head of Inequality Policy and Campaigns, a role she job shares with Rebecca Gowland. In this role she oversees campaigns and policy work covering issues of tax justice, inequality and public services. She has previously worked for Oxfam in Latin America and the Caribbean based in Mexico, Bolivia and Haiti. On the latter deployment she worked on the humanitarian response following the 2010 earthquake. Ana has written and published a number of reports for Oxfam on inequality

Fionna Smyth

is Head of Humanitarian Policy, Advocacy and Campaigns for Oxfam. She oversees Oxfam's humanitarian campaigning to ensure the the rights of those affected by crisis. She has worked in development and human rights for 15 years for Oxfam, Amnesty and the UN.