The Heller School for Social Policy and Management
Community based natural resource management; trade and sustainable development; monitoring and evaluation
David Boyer is the Senior Director for the Prince Sadruddin Aga Khan Fund for the Environment. The Fund engages at the intersection of the fields of environment and development with special reference to Central and South Asia and sub-Saharan Africa. David brings twenty five years experience in more than 40 countries working at the nexus of environment, economics and social equity in the areas of natural resource management and sustainable development. Prior to joining AKF he worked with Oxfam America to define their new strategic theme in community-based natural resource management and develop program coherence among the other strategic themes of Community Finance and Participation for Equity. Through his 20 year consulting business E3nvironmental Collaborative - “environment, economics and equity” he has conducted program development and evaluations for the Dutch Government, USAID, USEPA, Save the Children UK, Virgin Unite, the Institute for Sustainable Communities, Common Ground, The Regional Community Forestry Training Center of Asia and the Pacific and the International Institute for Sustainable Development, among others. Since 2000, David has been a professor at Brandeis University, Heller School Master’s Program in Sustainable International Development. David holds a B.S. in Biology and a M.S. in Natural Resource Management and Administration and education in taking organizations to the next level financially and strategically from the Scaling-Up Institute: New Hampshire College, Community Economic Development Master’s Program.