Dr Tim Grice is an Honorary Senior Research Fellow at the Centre for Social Responsibility in Mining and the founding Director of Leapfrog International.

Tim is a natural resource governance specialist with broader experience in the design and delivery of social performance and international development programs across Asia Pacific, South America and Africa. Working across the private sector, public sector and civil society, Tim has led programs in resource governance, corporate social responsibility, social risk management, community health, education, law and justice, financial inclusion, small and medium enterprise development, institutional strengthening, infrastructure development, and monitoring and evaluation.

Tim’s recent projects include a study on the non-fiscal costs and benefits of the extractives sector for the Natural Resource Governance Institute, a capacity building program for the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative in Papua New Guinea, a World Bank funded scoping study for a Natural Resources Independent Advisory Centre in Solomon Islands, and a project on mobile banking and financial inclusion in the extractives sector funded by the International Mining for Development Centre.

Tim holds a PhD in organisational psychology from the University of Queensland; has held senior sustainability roles with Newcrest Mining; and has worked in organisational development roles for Deloitte and Prospect Consulting. Tim is also a member of the Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy and the World Future Society.