Meet the Team
Global Leader for Climate Change and Resilience Platform (CCRP)
The Hague, Netherlands
Inge is leading and coordinating the integration of climate change and resilience across CARE’s development and humanitarian work. She brings experience working on climate change and resilience, from both the INGO and governmental perspective. In recent years, she led the Green Livelihoods Alliance working with civil society organizations in nine countries from the Global South. Inge also worked in gender equality for the ILO and was closely involved in the climate negotiations at COP13-15 as a policy advisor on behalf of the ACT Alliance. Inge has a background in development studies; she spent her early career working for CARE in Angola on gender equality and food and nutrition security.
Global Policy Lead on Climate Change and Resilience
Sven is responsible for developing and coordinating CARE’s advocacy and policy work relating to climate change (particularly in regard to global UN climate change policy processes), assisting country offices in climate-related advocacy as well as considering climate change in CARE’s overall advocacy work. Key areas of work include adaptation, loss and damage, climate finance (including the Adaptation Fund and the Green Climate Fund).
Sven has been the co-chair of the Climate Action Network International’s adaptation working group since 2008 and co-chair of the German Association of Development NGOs (VENRO)’s climate change working group since 2009. Sven holds a German diploma in geography, environmental economics and political sciences.
Policy and Influence Lead
A former Policy Advisor in the Parliament of Canada, Shaughn has worked extensively on international climate change, agricultural development, human rights and trade policy. As Advocacy and Government Relations Advisor for CARE Canada, his work centres on the role of gender equality in economic and social development, emergency response and climate change policy.
Regional Climate Resilient Specialist
A graduate in management of development organizations, Aurélie now trains CARE teams to integrate climate change into all projects for a better consideration of climate risk. With 7 years of experience in development in France and abroad (Mali, Ecuador), she has a number of project management capabilities, including technical evaluation, capitalization, advocacy, financial monitoring and management, professional knowledge on Rural Development-Agriculture / Climate Change / DRR and management of institutional (EuropeAid, AFD, FFEM), and private (companies and foundations) contracts
Inclusive Governance and Resilience Knowledge & Learning Officer
Hayley is a Governance Officer at CARE International UK and works in the Inclusive Governance technical team in London. She has an MSc in Development Management Graduate from The London School of Economics (LSE) with a keen interest in and past exposure to Governance, Accountability, gender and Private Sector development in developed and developing countries.
With 4+ years of project experience in Bangladesh, Nepal, Kenya, Malawi, Tanzania and Uganda, Hayley has a realistic understanding of the opportunities and constraints to governance and economic growth in varied contexts. Her particular expertise to date lies in four key areas: the Making Markets Work for the Poor (M4P) approach, strengthening transparency in value chains and improving access to productive assets for small-holder farmers and designing innovative inclusive business models at the Base of the Pyramid (with a specific focus on micro-franchising as an SME scale-up to increase market penetration within supply chains and distribution channels).
Climate and Resilience Specialist
The Hague, Netherlands
Edel is a humanitarian and development professional with a background in PMEL, disaster/conflict management, disaster risk reduction, humanitarian aid and gender. Edel has experience with designing and advising Theories of Change and Results Frameworks, development of training curriculum and giving workshops, identification of M&E indicators, proposal writing, qualitative data gathering and analysis, policy making, organization of conferences and academic writing.