So what is all this about then? Well, why bother taking a dicky photo of yourself in front of the Eiffel Tower, or asking some Japanese tourist take your photo in front of Big Ben....
'Why not just do something different to prove you were there' I say.........
Having been confronted with enormous challenges in war and disaster settings, Andrew MacLeod has proved to be a highly accomplished leader who has catalysed and mobilised multi-faceted teams in difficult and diverse circumstances. Working with partners at both the elite and grass roots levels, MacLeod has led teams that applied innovative commercial, humanitarian and social approaches to highly complex problem solving and achieved clear, measurable results. MacLeod initially worked as a Marine Litigation Attorney in Melbourne, Sydney and London before being recruited by the International Committee of the Red Cross to deal with military factions in Yugoslavia and Rwanda. He moved to the United Nations and ran high level humanitarian teams under great pressure to deliver results in the most arduous of circumstances, crossing cultures, borders and front lines of battle. He ran the early warning for UNHCR and then moved on to several disaster settings, including Pakistan and Philippines.
The Philippines Andrew MacLeod Published February 18, 2009
The Underwater World Andrew MacLeod Published February 18, 2009
Burma Published September 24, 2008
What a Wonderful World Published September 24, 2008