Matthew

Wilson

Project Director, Adolescents 360

PSI Global

Matthew Wilson is the Project Director for Adolescents 360, PSI’s flagship program for adolescent sexual and reproductive health and rights. Prior to joining the A360 team in late 2018, Matthew was a senior technical advisor for PSI’s sexual and reproductive health department. Before PSI, Matthew worked at Marie Stopes International (MSI) for eight years and in the child protection sector for five years. He has held a variety of field and HQ roles ranging from Country Director to Social Franchise Channel Director. Throughout his career in international development, he has managed grants and performance based contracts with budgets in excess of £90 million, working with donors such as DFID, USAID, EuropeAid, Unicef, UNHCR, Comic Relief and the Big Lottery Fund.

Matthew holds a law degree from Durham University, a postgraduate diploma in management from Oxford University and a Masters degree in Development Management from the Open University.

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