Anne-Lise is an institutional analyst and governance specialist, with more than 35 years of experience within different areas of international development. Her core areas of expertise include formulation, implementation, monitoring and evaluation, within the diverse set of thematic areas such as governance, fragile states, anti-corruption, gender, civil society, public sector reform and institutional development.
Frank is a development practitioner with 23 years’ experience in monitoring, appraisal, evaluation, management and formulation of sector and thematic programmes. He has solid working experience with organisational and institutional development; organisational assessment; public sector governance; decentralisation; environmental management; and capacity building and training design.
Theresia has worked in the field of human rights and development for the past 16 years. She covers a broad area of expertise, including: international programmes on human rights, HRBA and human rights education; capacity development of civil organisations and state institutions including national human rights institutions and Ombudsman Institutions; and cooperation on formal and informal justice projects.
Louise’s almost ten years of experience has provided her with key qualifications within governance, democratic processes, human rights, civil society and gender equality. She has broad experience conducting large-scale complex evaluations for bilateral donors and CSOs and has as team member on numerous assignments, conducted country, sector and thematic evaluations.
Lone Bildsøe Lassen has more than 23 years of experience managing multi-sectoral humanitarian forced displacement programmes in fragile and conflict affected states in Caucasus, Africa (Uganda, CAR, Congo) and MENA. She has a vast experience in drafting/developing country programmes and strategies for emergencies, rehabilitation and linking to recovery/development operations.