Calum Miller is Chief Operating Officer of the School. As such, he is responsible for the administration of the School. Reporting to the Dean, he has oversight of academic and student services, finance, human resources, facilities and external relations.
Calum joined the School in July 2012 from his former post as Principal Private Secretary to the UK’s Deputy Prime Minister, Nick Clegg. Calum spent 13 years in the UK civil service, during which time he worked in the Treasury, the Cabinet Office, the Foreign Office and the Department for International Development. Much of his work has been in global economic policy-making, including international development finance, international energy market analysis and multilateral trade. He has travelled widely, representing the UK in international negotiations, and worked for the UK’s Permanent Representation to the European Union. Calum has also advised on domestic policy issues and served from 2009-2010 as Principal Private Secretary to the Cabinet Secretary and head of the UK Civil Service.
Calum holds a first class BA in Philosophy, Politics and Economics and an MPhil in International Relations (with Distinction) from Oxford University. From 2003-2005, he was a research associate of the Global Economic Governance Programme and published on the impact of financial crises in developing countries.