Jeremy Douglas is the Regional Representative of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) for Southeast Asia and the Pacific, overseeing and managing UNODC strategy and operations from Myanmar to the Pacific. Prior to his appointment as Regional Representative SEAP, he was the UNODC Representative in Pakistan from September 2009 – April 2013.
Between 2007 and 2009, Mr. Douglas was based in UNODC Headquarters in Vienna, Austria as Manager of UNODC’s Global SMART Programme which assists states to develop a evidence base for effective policy and operational responses to synthetic drugs and precursors. Prior to his time in UNODC HQ Mr. Douglas was a Regional Project Coordinator for UNODC in East Asia, managing a project covering ASEAN states and China.
Mr. Douglas has also worked with the United Nations in New York, the Management Board of Cabinet of the Government of Ontario, Canada, and in the Caribbean. Mr. Douglas is a graduate of the London School of Economics in the United Kingdom and Bishop’s University in Canada.