Marley is a Master’s in Public Policy (MPP) candidate at the Yale Jackson School of Global Affairs. Born and raised in London, Marley spent the last seven years before he started at Yale working for the UK government on a range of national priorities – from leading on energy and transport in the Prime Minister’s Brexit Negotiations team to advising the Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government on measures to support communities to adapt during the Covid-19 pandemic. His most recent role was as HM Treasury’s Head of Global Financial Partnerships, leading the UK’s work to improve trade and regulatory cooperation with other international financial services centers, from Switzerland to Japan. Marley holds a First-Class Honors degree in economics from Durham University and a Master’s in economics from the London School of Economics. At Yale, Marley is focused on studying international approaches to addressing the challenges he worked on for the UK government, in particular those linked to raising living standards, improving access to affordable housing, and developing more sustainable energy systems.