Indregard has extensive international experience in political analysis, peace mediation, and humanitarian aid. He worked for two years as a political adviser to Kofi Annan. Over the past decade, he has primarily worked in Myanmar and other parts of Southeast Asia, including as the director of the “Advisory Commission on Rakhine State,” a commission appointed by Myanmar’s leader, Aung San Suu Kyi. Indregard has also worked for the United Nations, including serving as the UN’s Chief Area Representative in the state of Rakhine, and he has been the Country Director for Norwegian People’s Aid in Myanmar. Previously, he has worked for five years in the Middle East, including as a senior analyst for the International Crisis Group (ICG) in Israel/Palestine and as the head of the Norwegian contingent in the international observer mission in Hebron on the West Bank. Indregard has studied Arabic at the University of Oslo and holds a master’s degree in public administration from Harvard.