Anna Griffin

Infrastructure and Anti-Corruption Lead, Transparency International Australia

Anna Griffin is Transparency International Australia’s lead on Infrastructure and Anti-Corruption. The Accountable Infrastructure project developed the Infrastructure Corruption Risk Assessment Tool (ICRAT) and is implementing the tool with TI Chapters in Indonesia and Solomon Islands. The project identifies corruption loopholes in the process of approving infrastructure projects and offers measures and approaches to close them. Anna also works on other TIA priority areas including stopping dirty money, championing business integrity and promoting accountable government.

Previously, she was part of TIA’s Accountable Mining Program working on business integrity issues and the corruption risks related to the process of awarding mining licence permits in Queensland and Western Australia. She holds a Master of Public and International Law from the University of Melbourne.