Alice Campbell was appointed Economic Counsellor at the British Embassy in September 2015. Prior to her move to Washington DC she worked for Her Majesty’s Treasury in London for 5 years. Her roles in Treasury included 4 years working on international economy issues including sanctions and illicit finance, money laundering and terrorist financing policy, G8/7/20, tax and transparency. Before joining the international group she worked on a cross government project to improve transparency in public spending. Alice graduated from Cambridge University in 2004 where she read Geography. After a number of years working for an expedition company, mostly working in Latin America, she joined the Treasury as a policy advisor in 2010. She received a Graduate Diploma in Economics from Birkbeck College, University of London with distinction in 2011.