Simon Cramp is currently the Director for Private Finance Mobilisation for Climate and Development with the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. Simon has worked with DFAT for over 15 years, across of range of bilateral, regional and multilateral areas. He has served on mission in Vanuatu as Director of Australia’s ground-breaking Governance for Growth Program and in Vietnam on regional economic growth and health. Mr Simon’s career has focussed on economic growth, public private partnerships and governance in emerging markets, particularly in the Asia Pacific. Simon has also served as Australia’s representative to a range of multilateral bodies including UNHCR and ICRC. Simon holds a Bachelor of Commerce (University of Queensland), Bachelor of Science - Honours 1st class (University of Queensland and Queensland University of Technology) and Masters in International Relations (Australian National University).