Steve Crosskey is a civil engineer with over 25 years of experience in the Civil Engineering industry, within both the private and development sectors.
Steve has worked primarily in East Africa, engaged in the planning and management of infrastructure projects involving urban and rural development initiatives, linked to road infrastructure, access to markets, food security, and conflict sensitivity.
Steve spent nine years with the World Food Programme in South Sudan leading a $450 Million road rehabilitation programme, which included a wide range of activities including; institutional capacity and community development with the newly formed Government of South Sudan, ministries of housing and transport, including review and recommendations on policy, and development strategy.
After working in Nairobi for the previous two years with Mott MacDonald advising the Kenyan Ministry of Transport Rural Roads Authority on a range of issues on policy formulation including integrated rural and urban transport development, Steve joined the United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS) in September 2014.
In his current position, Steven has worked inter alia on new strategies to plan and deliver better infrastructure and project management solutions in the context of the global agendas, as well as innovative tools to enhance the capacity of governments to plan, deliver, and manage national infrastructure systems. Steve holds a BEng. Honours in Civil Engineering from Oxford Brookes University.