Karin leads project teams working on humanitarian assistance, gender and monitoring, evaluation and learning; with experience across the fields of aid effectiveness and governance. She also manages bidding activities across all of Triple Line’s expertise areas.
Karin has worked in international development for more than 15 years, across a range of subjects, from multi-donor mechanisms and aid effectiveness, to climate change, cities, transparency and accountability, local governance and service delivery. She has substantial experience of monitoring, evaluation and learning, research and policy analysis; combined with more than 25 years of communications expertise. She has worked for clients including UK public sector agencies, DFID, the ADB, JICA, UNDP, WFP, the EC, Danida, Sida, the Icelandic MFA and the World Bank.
She also leads on the preparation of major proposals for Triple Line, working closely with technical teams on the design and drafting of proposals, bringing her impressive writing and editorial skills to bear.
With degrees from the LSE and the University of Cambridge, Karin’s background is in journalism and investment banking. She is fluent in English, German and French.
- Ethiopia, Kenya, Mozambique, Rwanda, South Africa, South Sudan, Sudan, Tanzania, Zimbabwe
- Cambodia, India, Indonesia, Nepal, Pakistan, Singapore
- Germany, Georgia, Russia