Julie has more than ten years’ experience as an anthropologist, evaluator and project manager in a broad variety of fields, including human rights; good governance; access to justice; civil society; social inclusion; gender based violence; women’s economic development; youth employment; rural development; gender; and HIV/AIDS.
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.
Marina has more than 18 years of experience in the area of governance as a researcher, consultant and team leader. She has extensive practical and analytical experience with anti-corruption mechanisms, the roles and functions of political parties and parliaments, in particular public accounts and budget control committees; integrity systems and citizens' voice; and accountability.
Louise’s six years of experience and key qualifications lie within governance, democratic processes, accountability, transparency, anti-corruption, civil society, rural development and microfinance. As a project coordinator, researcher and evaluator, she has gained broad knowledge in these fields, as well as human rights and children's rights, gender equality and HIV/AIDS, and programmes concerning education and livelihoods.