Peter Holland is the Chief Executive of the International Agency for the Prevention of Blindness (IAPB). IAPB is the overarching alliance for the global eye care sector with more than 200 members from the NGO and corporate sectors worldwide leading the effort to provide eye care to the more than a billion people who do not have access. He has senior leadership experience in a number of major organisations, and a background in developing international policy, building effective partnerships, and tackling complex and controversial international issues. He joined IAPB from OPM Group, a UK-based research and engagement consultancy, where he was Chief Executive. Before that he led on strategy at the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB). He previously worked for the UK’s Foreign and Commonwealth Office where he had a range of roles including postings to India and senior policy positions on counter narcotics and Afghanistan, and international intellectual property policy. He began his career in the UK’s National Health Service, spending 10 years developing primary services in south London. He has considerable experience as a board member and trustee with other third sector and global organisations.