Centre for Public Impact Fellow
Ron Ivey is a writer, researcher, and policy advisor with a focus on social trust, belonging, and human flourishing. Ivey currently serves as a Fellow at the Centre for Public Impact, a global think tank seeking to re-imagine government and restore relationships of trust between governments and those they govern. As a Fellow, Ivey co-authored Built for All, a framework for building inclusive economies that drive human flourishing. In his advisory work, Ivey has advised the Global Parliament of Mayors, the Bloomberg Philanthropies Mayors Challenge, the Dicastery for Promoting Integral Human Development at the Holy See, the World Bank, the White House, and the Aspen Institute. Previous to his advisory work, Ivey served as a policy advisor in the United States Senate. Ivey also serves on multiple advisory boards, including the OECD’s Trust in Business Initiative, a global effort focused on strengthening trust in business, and the Paris based think tank Up for Humanness, launched by theologian Antoine Guggenheim and ethicist Diane D’Audiffret to research ways to build fraternity and social cohesion in a globalized world. Ron has written on the subjects of trust, belonging and human flourishing in American Affairs, The New Statesman, and Newsweek.