Mark Maloney is the Vice Dean of the Paris School of International Affairs (PSIA) at Sciences Po.
He joined PSIA from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), where he spent nearly 15 years, initially as Head of Student Administration (2003-08) and subsequently as Head of Academic Partnerships (2008-17) and Director of LSE Careers (2016-17). In combination, these roles have provided Mark with a comprehensive understanding of how a leading social sciences university works and how a global network of contacts can be developed.
Prior to LSE, Mark spent four years at London South Bank University (1998-2002), where he was responsible for a range of special projects in the Vice Chancellor’s Office and, subsequently, as Manager of the Faculty of Health.
Mark previously worked for the Japan International Cooperation Agency, JICA (1993-98), comprising two years as Associate Director in the Toronto office and two years as Program Office in Washington, DC. In both roles, Mark helped to strengthen JICA’s cooperation with national and international agencies, as well as with NGOs and private sector companies.
Mark holds a MSc in Public Sector Management from London South Bank University (2003), a post-graduate Diploma in International Development and Cooperation from the University of Ottawa (1993) and a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Political Science from the Western University, London, Canada (1991).