Dr. Timothy Nielander
GP3 Institute was created to form a network of advisors with expertise relating to institutional design, governance and operations of public-private collaborations, from community to global initiatives. Tim works on a range of projects involving multinational stakeholders across Europe, Latin America, Southeast Asia, Africa and the South Pacific.
Dr. Timothy Nielander’s area of expertise is advising public private cooperation initiatives and their financing mechanisms. He was General Counsel for GAVI the Vaccine Alliance and has served numerous global health, disaster risk management, agricultural and financial inclusion development initiatives for international organizations including UNICEF, WHO, and the World Bank. Tim currently serves as General Counsel for ARC Ltd and as Legal Advisor for the CCRIF Central American segregated portfolio and for the PCRIC, the Pacific-based sovereign risk pool. He also serves on an advisory team for Asian Development Bank programs relating to the development of risk pools for cities in the Philippines and for a sovereign risk program in the CAREC region. He also advises the Concept Foundation’s AIM project (Accelerating Innovation for Mothers) to accelerate the availability of medicines for the prevention and treatment of pregnancy-specific conditions especially in vulnerable groups within low-and middle-income countries.
Tim holds an LL.M. from the University of Houston, a Ph.D. in International Law and Global Development from the University of Geneva, Switzerland, and is a Member of the UK’s CIARB Chartered Institute of Arbitrators. He is licensed to practice law in the U.S. and as a solicitor in England and Wales. In addition, He is a published author on Global Development PPP’s supporting the Sustainable Development Goals.