Ken is currently Director of Partnerships in Practice – a UK-based consultancy that focuses on ensuring that global to local partnership approaches are fit-for-purpose. Partnerships in Practice builds on the work of the World Bank-supported global multi- stakeholder initiative that Ken directed called Building Partnerships for Development (BPD). BPD sought to strengthen institutional arrangements that deliver water and sanitation and other public services in poor communities. Much of this work has been around framing stakeholder incentives and understanding risks and how related aspects of political economy (like land tenure, perceptions of public accountability and stakeholder engagement, culture, etc.) influence both the stewardship of natural resources and the delivery of public services. Ken has worked with major donor/corporate partnerships, global and national public/private/civil society partnerships, and local service provider/citizen partnerships. He has worked with a diverse range of projects and partnerships in developing and emerging economies as a strategic advisor, facilitator, and reviewer and evaluator. Ken is an adjunct faculty member on a post-graduate certificate course at the University of Cambridge on business and sustainability and serves on the Board of Governors of a local primary and a secondary school.