Mr. Tom Gregg is a former Fellow and Associate Director of CIC’s Afghanistan-Pakistan Regional Project. Prior to joining CIC he served for four years with the United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan as Special Assistant to the Special Representative of the Secretary-General and as the Head of UNAMA's Southeast Region. He has consulted for the Centre for Humanitarian Dialogue and Strategy International and worked at the Australian Council for International Development, Australian National University and the Pacific Concerns Resource Centre.
Mr. Gregg’s publications include Caught in the Crossfire: The Pashtun tribes of Southeast Afghanistan (2009) and How Ethical is Australia: An Examination of Australia's Record as a Global Citizen (2004). He studied as a Hedley Bull Scholar at the Australian National University where he completed a Master of Arts in International Relations.