Bruce Jenks is an adjunct professor at the Columbia University School of International and Public Affairs and lectures at the University of Geneva. He is a fellow at the Center for International Cooperation (CIC) at NYU and has been a senior non-resident fellow at the Corporate Social Responsibility Initiative of the Harvard Kennedy School of Government (2010-13). Dr. Jenks has just co-authored a study on ‘UN Development at a Crossroads‘ . Since 2010, he has consulted with a number of Organisations, including the Office of the Secretary-General, the UNDESA, the UN / CEB, and AusAid. In 2013 Dr. Jenks was appointed by the Secretary-General to be a member of the Council of the University for Peace where he has been elected Vice-President. Dr. Jenks served at the United Nations for almost thirty years, serving most recently from 2000 -10 as Assistant Secretary General at UNDP. He worked closely with five UNDP Adminsistrators. Dr. Jenks has a PHD from Oxford University.