Bryn joins C40 from the humanitarian aid sector and has worked in disaster risk reduction and humanitarian responses across East Asia, the Middle East and Africa. His most recent work has been with Save the Children in Syria, where he served as Director of Program Operations overseeing program implementation across the country.

Before joining the Climate Finance Facility, he worked with International Rescue Committee and Danish Refugee Council in developing city and municipality-led responses to forced migration and urban displacement. He supported the Greater Amman Municipality in developing and implementing their Amman Resilience Strategy to create a more prosperous and inclusive city for Jordanians, migrants and refugees alike.  Earlier in his career, Bryn led community-driven development and local governance programming to support post-conflict reconstruction efforts in over 1,000 villages in eastern DR Congo.

He holds a BA in Political Science from Wilfrid Laurier University and an LLM in International Law and Forced Migration from the Brussels School of International Studies. Bryn is married and a father of two children, six and three, and is living in southern Copenhagen. Outside of work, he enjoys hockey, roller skating, writing and yoga.