Saul Billingsley is Executive Director of the FIA Foundation.
Saul serves as a Trustee of the International Road Assessment Programme (iRAP), a UK charity which advocates for safer road design across the world. He has served on boards of organisations including the World Bank’s Global Road Safety Facility, the steering committee of the UN Road Safety Fund, the Global Road Safety Partnership (GRSP), Safe Kids Worldwide, and the UK Road Safety Foundation. Saul founded the Child Health Initiative, an informal partnership of UN agencies, NGOs and foundations raising child and youth rights on the global transport and urban planning agenda. As Deputy Director of the FIA Foundation he co-developed and coordinated the Make Roads Safe campaign, which led the first calls for a UN Decade of Action for Road Safety. Prior to joining the FIA Foundation at launch in 2002, Saul was policy director at the FIA’s Brussels Office, a campaigns manager for the RAC, and began his career as a political assistant for Labour members of parliament. He is a graduate of Newcastle and Cardiff universities.
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