Emily Fereday is Country Director for the UK/ Europe region of RedR UK, an international humanitarian NGO which supports aid organisations and other humanitarian actors across the world by developing skills and providing expertise. At RedR UK, Emily provides strategic direction for RedR UK’s work in Europe and on a range of Global programmes which cover areas including humanitarian principles, technical and security training and project and programme management.
Emily has a learning and development background with 17 years of experience in non-profit organisations. She has lived and worked in China, Ethiopia, Somalia, Kenya managing Teacher Development and Education in Emergencies Programmes with VSO and Save the Children and has worked for UNICEF developing a Humanitarian learning strategy.
Emily is qualified with PMD Pro 1 and 2 and has been involved with RedR’s work in supporting individuals to gain the qualifications since 2010. She has an MA oxon from Keble College, Oxford University, an MSc in Development Studies from SOAS, London University and a PGCE from Westminster College, Oxford.