Diana Good has extensive governance experience across the charitable, public and private sectors.
Diana has worked across the international development sector as: one of four founder Commissioners with the UK aid watchdog, the Independent Commission for Aid Impact, scrutinising and reporting on the impact of UK development expenditure; as Specialist Adviser to the International Development Committee in the UK Parliament; governance adviser to NGOs CAMFED and Justice Defenders; work with the British Council; trustee roles include the Queen’s Commonwealth Trust; the Advisory Council of A4ID.
She was previously a senior partner with Linklaters international law firm specialising in dispute resolution; a part time judge sitting in the criminal courts; and an accredited mediator. She has also worked in access to justice in the UK as Chair of the Mary Ward Settlement; and as a founder trustee with the Access to Justice Foundation.
Diana became a trustee of Conciliation Resources in 2016, and was appointed as Chair in 2021.