Co-Founder and Director of Strategy
Peter Lublink is the Co-Founder and Director of Strategy at Curitus International. Starting with what seemed like a far-fetched idea while on a trip with Chris Loh to Iraq in 2014, Curitus has now grown into a strong boutique-sized consulting firm working with a broad range of NGOs serving across the globe. In addition to giving Curitus strategic direction and leadership, Peter teaches at one of the top private schools in Kuwait where he has lived since 2012. Having been to almost 80 countries, Peter also enjoys travelling the far reaches of the globe and has been to such geographically diverse regions as the Atacama Desert of northern Chile, the Galapagos Islands, the High Arctic, the Sahara Desert and the Tibetan Base Camp of Mount Everest. In recent years he has taken up running and hopes to run a marathon in under 3 hours.
Peter enjoys learning in both formal and informal contexts. As far as formal education he has completed an Honours Bachelors degree in Political Science and Classics, a Post-Graduate Certificate in Education, a Graduate Certificate in Non-Profit Management and Philanthropy, a Masters in Theological Studies and an MA in Social Justice and Community Development.
He has also completed a range of non-degree certificate programs in leadership, cross cultural training, technological innovations and emergency disaster response. This summer he is attending the Foundry Photojournalism workshop in Calcutta, India.
Obviously the best learning happens while doing, that said, the opportunity to take time to study education, social movements and non-profit management, among other things, has been truly invaluable.
Like so many others today, Peter uses Instagram to stay connected with friends, family and fellow travellers. While many of his posts chronicle his journey to becoming a runner he also posts a range of travel pictures, pictures about eating vegan and of course photos from a number of Curitus field visits.