Catarina Tully has a Masters in Public Administration from the Woodrow Wilson School at Princeton University and a business and finance strategy qualification (CIMA).
Ms Tully led strategy projects examining cross-cutting, priority and upstream foreign policy issues, and building strategic capability at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office in the UK and worked in the Prime Minister's Strategy Unit. She has also worked for the UN Deputy Secretary General's office on the UN reform process, Global Compact, UN Development Programme, EU Commission and with the World Bank in Geneva.
At the start of her career, she spent six years building strategic capability and processes in charities across Africa, Middle East and Asia, including Christian Aid and Technoserve, and private sector businesses, including Procter and Gamble.
She is currently Director of FromOverHere, a British consultancy.
Catarina Tully advises the UK and US governments on futures and national strategy including a recent UK public parliamentary inquiry on the UK´s strategic capability and trains strategy to government officials from across the world.
She is a trustee for Women´s Health and Family Services in Tower Hamlets, a community-based health advocacy organisation working with Black and Ethnic Minority women and their families, and of Involve, a public participation Thinktank.