Aaron Oxley is the Executive Director of RESULTS UK, a grassroots advocacy organization based in the UK that generates the public and political will to end the root causes of hunger and poverty in the developing world.
Since 1998, Aaron has worked with RESULTS UK in both the UK and European Parliaments, with partner organizations, and technical agencies orchestrating UK and international campaigns to tackle major diseases of poverty (particularly tuberculosis (TB) and major child killers), for increased access to education (including the abolition of school fees), expand economic opportunity for the poorest, and on World Bank policies.
Aaron has led RESULTS UK's strategic involvement with the ACTION Global Health Advocacy partnership, a multi-partner, multi-year campaign that has successfully mobilized increased financial resources from the U.S., UK, Japan, and Canada, and has helped overcome key policy constraints in India and Kenya for the expansion of effective TB treatment and other health interventions.
An international expert and spokesperson on global poverty issues, Aaron works closely with the World Health Organization, The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, The Global Alliance on Vaccines and Immunizations, the Global Partnership for Education, and other international organizations.
Aaron Oxley holds a Masters in Global Politics from the London School of Economics. He has a decade of experience in building microfinance and microinsurance organizations in developing countries to provide financial services to people in some of the poorest communities in the world.