Juliette has over 30 years’ experience as a social development and policy advisor. She leads complex evaluations and learning hubs and provides technical advice on programmes that tackle inequality.
Juliette is a social development advisor with nearly 30 years’ experience providing leadership and technical inputs for aid programmes funded by bilateral and multilateral agencies, research institutions and the voluntary sector. She works on poverty, exclusion and inequality, including gender inequality, women’s empowerment and violence against women and girls. She contributes to strategic business development and she leads and provides technical inputs to programmes and projects that address inequality across a range of sectors. She has strong analytical skills and brings a focus on the social norms, attitudes, behaviours and systems that reproduce inequality, and which development initiatives in all sectors must address.
She covers a wide range of sectors and issues including gender based violence, youth, migration, higher education, mobile for development, urban development, energy and socially responsible business practice. She has led complex evaluations in fragile states and conflict affected areas. She is an experienced social policy analyst and social researcher.
Juliette has an MA in Gender and Development from the Institute of Development Studies at the University of Sussex, UK. She is a fluent French speaker.
- Ethiopia, Kenya, Nigeria, Rwanda, Somaliland, South Africa, Tanzania, Zimbabwe
- Afghanistan, Cambodia, India, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka
- Iraq, Lebanon, Occupied Palestinian Territory
- France, Sweden, Switzerland
- Canada, USA