Alexander Scott is a Programme Manager at Levin Sources. Joining us in September 2021, Alex programme manages USAID’s Zahabu Safi (Clean Gold) Project which aims to develop and deliver activities to establish a commercially-viable, responsible and conflict-free supply chain for artisanal and small scale (ASM) gold from eastern DRC. He also project manages the Global Battery Alliance’s working group on developing a Child Labour Index which contributes towards establishing a sustainable battery value chain.
Prior to joining Levin Sources, Alex held several project management roles working for international development organisations since graduating in 2015. He worked on legal and judicial capacity building projects in Malawi, peace negotiation projects in Yemen (2018-2020) and Israel-Palestine (2017-2021), as well as youth dialogue projects in Europe, the Balkans, Caucasus, and North Africa. During this work, his subject matter expertise focussed on economic development within conflict areas and econometric approaches to project and policy evaluations.
Alex holds an MSc in Development Management: Applied Development Economics from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). He works in English and has conversational-level French.