Catherine Stansbury is Co-founder and Director of GIACC. She has a Masters degree from Oxford University, and is a lawyer qualified in both England and Hong Kong. She practised as a lawyer from 1982 to 2002, including with Linklaters in London and Hogan Lovells in Hong Kong, specialising in construction and commercial litigation. She was involved in numerous major construction projects in China, Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand and Sri Lanka (including airport, road, bridge, power station, industrial, commercial and residential projects). Since 2003, she has been developing and promoting anti-corruption measures for the infrastructure sector. She is co-author of various anti-corruption tools including the GIACC Resource Centre, Project Anti-Corruption System (PACS), Anti-Corruption Training Manual, and Anti-Corruption Code. She has worked on anti-corruption projects with the private and public sectors in several countries. She was from 2006 to 2008 Project Director – Anti-Corruption Systems for Transparency International (UK). She received an award as one of the “Top 25 Newsmakers for 2007” from the “Engineering News-Record” for her work in preventing corruption in the international construction industry.
Neill Stansbury is Co-founder and Director of GIACC. He is a construction lawyer who has worked for over 35 years in the international infrastructure sector. He is Past Chairman of the International Organization for Standardization Anti-Bribery Project Committee which published ISO 37001, Past Chairman of British Standards Institution Anti-Bribery Working Group which published BS 10500, and Vice Chairman of the World Federation of Engineering Organisation’s Anti-Corruption Standing Committee. He was independent anti-corruption compliance monitor of Balfour Beatty, Parsons Brinckerhoff and Mabey Bridge. He has given anti-corruption presentations and workshops in over 25 countries. He is co-author of various anti-corruption tools including the GIACC Resource Centre, Project Anti-Corruption System (PACS), Anti-Corruption Training Manual, and Anti-Corruption Code. On account of his anti-corruption work, he has received the following awards: as one of the “Top 25 Newsmakers for 2007” from the “Engineering News-Record”; as “International Fellow of the Year” from the Zimbabwe Institution of Engineers (2008); a Presidential Invitation to become a Fellow of the UK Institution of Civil Engineers (2010); and a Leadership Award from the British Standards Institution (2016).
Updated on 16th May 2020