Diana Good
Diana was a senior international litigation partner with Linklaters law firm and a part time judge sitting in the criminal courts. 
 
Since 2008 she has worked in international development: she was a founder Commissioner of the aid watchdog, the Independent Commission for Aid Impact, scrutinising the impact of UK government aid expenditure; she is now a Specialist Adviser to the International Development Committee in Parliament. As a trustee she has a particular focus on good governance, with Board experience including the Queen’s Commonwealth Trust, the Access to Justice Foundation, the Advisory Council of Advocates for International Development, and chairing the Mary Ward Settlement (access to justice and education).
 
Job Title: 
Trustee