Caroline Nursey, Director
Caroline Nursey is Director of the BBC World Service Trust. She joined the Trust in March 2009 from Oxfam GB, where she held a number of Director-level roles based both at Oxfam HQ and in the field.
In addition to seven years' experience at Oxfam, Caroline led the World University Service for six years, and before that was Head of Overseas Projects at Y Care International. She has a further ten years of experience in education, mostly with the VSO in Tanzania and the UK.
As Deputy International Director, Caroline managed Oxfam's humanitarian response in Darfur at the height of the crisis, and managed over 3,000 staff as Regional Director. She has extensive experience in institutional fundraising media work and advocacy, and has presented to then UN Secretary General Kofi Annan on Darfur.
Caroline is a trained teacher. She holds a Postgraduate Certificate in Education from the University of London, a Diploma in Management from the Open University and a Bachelors in History from University College London.