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Tim Grice

Honorary Senior Fellow, Sustainable Minerals Institute at The University of Queensland

About Me

Dr Tim Grice is an Honorary Senior Fellow at The University of Queensland’s Sustainable Minerals Institute and Founding Director at Leapfrog International, a social impact company working for sustainable prosperity. Working across the private sector, public sector and civil society in Asia Pacific, South America and Africa, Tim has led programs in leadership and governance, community health, education, law and justice, financial inclusion, small and medium enterprise development, institutional strengthening, community infrastructure development and corporate social responsibility. He has also worked across a range of organisational development programs in the areas of strategic planning, organisational design, leadership and team development, and human capital development. Tim’s recent projects include a leadership and governance capacity building program through the Pacific Leadership and Governance Precinct, a project on development minerals in Zambia for the United Nations Development Programme, strategic planning with The University of Papua New Guinea, a study on the non-fiscal costs and benefits of the extractive sector for the Natural Resource Governance Institute, a World Bank funded scoping study for a Natural Resources Independent Advisory Centre in Solomon Islands, a sustainability review for Ivanhoe Mines in South Africa, and a project on mobile banking and financial inclusion funded by the International Mining for Development Centre.

Courses and Programs taught by Tim Grice

1 course in a series
1 course in a series

UQx

Leadership in Global Development

MicroMasters® Program
5 courses
4 courses