Graham is a professional statistician with more than 40 years experience working in development and in developing countries. He has a degree in statistics from the University of London and has worked as an agricultural statistician, a statistical trainer, a policy adviser on poverty and rural development and an adviser on the development of statistical services. From 2000 to 2009, he worked with the World Bank as a senior statistician supporting the development of national statistical systems in developing countries. Since then, he has been an expert consultant in FAO, in World Bank, and in a number of countries advising on national statistical system development. He is currently at PARIS21 as an advisor for the “Informing a Data Revolution” project.