Andrew McConnochie has over 10 years of experience in international development programming. He currently oversees the Montrose business development strategy focusing on business development management, markets and donors, leading revenue generation and fundraising strategies, designing and implementing customer relationship management strategies and undertaking market analysis reviews.
His international experience is broad and includes evaluation and programming within international development specifically within climate change, health, education, fragile and conflict affected states, governance, economic development, gender, social protection as well as the application of biometric technology within the international development sector. Within the domestic environment he is also experienced in local and central government, policy reform and implementation, justice sector reform, children’s social care, health, education and early intervention.
Previously, Andrew held consultancy, senior director and board level positions in not-for-profit, public and private sector organisations. He worked as Consultant / Head of Business Development for Itad, Associate Director for WYG, and Independent Commercial Strategy Consultant for Simprints of Cambridge. He has undertaken programme support/evaluation work in Asia and Africa, working with partner organisations, research institutes and donors in Europe, Canada and the US.
Andrew has a Master’s degree in Business Administration from the University of Gloucestershire, UK, and a Master’s degree in Criminology and Criminal Justice from Cardiff University, UK. He also has a Diploma in Social Work from Cheltenham and Gloucester College of Higher Education, Cheltenham, UK.