Hari Mulukutla is a senior anti-corruption strategy, policy and technology expert. Hari advises governments and international organizations on approaches to stemming corruption and recovering stolen assets using a combination of networks, technology, policies and coalition building. Hari enjoys building an international and diverse group of experts at Stream House.
Alan Bacarese leads anti-corruption and asset recovery work at Stream House. Alan is a UK barrister and an internationally known authority on trans-national bribery and international cooperation and co-authored several books on bribery, corruption, fraud, asset recovery and human rights.
Lucy Koechlin brings particular expertise in the realms of governance and accountability systems, having worked with national and international stakeholders across Africa, Asia and Central Europe. Lucy’s current focus is on governance, political transformations, urban politics and natural resources in Africa.
Tom Lasich is a widely respected authority on anti-money laundering, corruption, bribery and asset recovery matters. Tom has developed highly effective AML and financial investigation training programs using case simulations delivered globally in dozens of countries.
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Jack Smith, Executive Director of Repatriation Group International is a Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist and teaches International Money Laundering, Corruption and Terrorism at the George Washington University Law School in Washington, D.C.
Dr. Justine Walker is a Director of Financial Crime (Sanctions and Bribery) at the BBA and has extensive experience in government, regulatory and international organisations.
Colin Ehren is an Internet Investigation Consultant with an extensive experience of Government, Police, Corporate and Private Sector investigations. His work encompasses Consultancy, Investigations, Capacity Building and Training.
Paul Stephenson brings a wealth of experience in the fields of public administration, anti corruption & bribery and whistleblowing. Until 2009 Paul enjoyed a long history of working as an official within the Scottish Executive and the UK’s Ministry of Justice, leading teams on criminal justice policy and law reform.
Raphael Baku is a highly respected public servant and former MP from Uganda, having served as the Deputy IG and acting Inspector General of Government for several years and led several prosecutions in the fight against corruption in his distinguished career. Raphael brings unique experience of running public sector institutions established to promote the Rule of Law.
Dr. Juanita Olaya is a Colombian/German lawyer (Andes, 1990) with master degrees in Economics (Andes 1994) and Public Administration (Harvard, KSG 1998) and a PhD in International Public Economic Law (Bonn, 2010).
Colin is a UK solicitor with extensive experience of asset recovery work
for foreign governments, including the highly successful project on
behalf of the Nigerian Government to recover proceeds of corruption by
the regime of President Abacha.
He has also advised on anti-money
laundering issues and been involved in legislative drafting for
governments in that field, as well as in the anti-corruption field
Sam Makkan is a UK Barrister and a former senior Prosecutor and Divisional Crown Advocate, with over 25 years experience.
Anne Marvaldi is a German diplomat and brings a wealth of experience in program management. She is currently completing her Masters Degree in International Relations at the Free University of Berlin.
Lilian Kiama-Bieber is currently taking her Masters in African Studies at the University of Basel, Switzerland where she will focus on Governance and Politics. She holds a Bachelors degree in Sociology and Communication from the University of Nairobi, Kenya.
Bright is a senior software engineer and mobile telecom API engineer with 8 years of experience designing and developing software for a variety of industry and government sectors.
Irène Cherpillod founded in 2014 AFI Partnerships, a company offering expert consultancy and training services in Corruption and Fraud Prevention.
Gary J.Reid is public sector management specialist. He spent 20 years working for the World Bank, where he served as coordinator for the Administrative and Civil Service Reform Thematic Group. He has taught at Tufts University, American University, John Hopkins University and the University of Southern California, before joining the World Bank in 1991. He has been a fellow of the National Academy of Public Administration since 2007.
Katharina Stumpf recently completed her Masters Degree in Governance and Public Policy at the Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany. She studied political science, with a focus on anti-corruption, at the University of East Anglia and the Otto-Friedrich-University Bamberg.
Dr. iur. Zora Ledergerber is director and owner of Integrity Line Ltd.liab.Co. She has many years of experience consulting with businesses and public institutions in selecting and implementing appropriate internal structures for reporting misconduct.
Friedemann Gille is a natural resource governance expert with extensive experience in Sub-Sahara Africa. Until recently, Friedemann managed GIZ’s regional resource governance programme covering Sierra Leone, Liberia, Guinea and Cote d’Ivoire.
Aude is a Franco-German trained lawyer, and has over 15 years experience as an academic in France and the United Kingdom. A specialist in cross-border civil justice, she provides judicial training and advice to States across Europe.
Darke Kejue Zheng is a technical, statistical, and legal specialist. He has recently helped develop an online educational platform for anti-corruption specialists designed by Stream House.