Holding an Advanced Study Diploma in Environmental Management and Decision-Making and a Doctorate in Humanities and Modern Languages, I possess over 20 years of experience in managing complex emergency and post-conflict recovery operations in food, nutrition, refugee and internally displaced settings, migration and livelihood promoting interventions.
During the past over two decades of professional work with the United Nations, I gained extensive and solid experience in several functional areas through diversified exposures to multiple emergency, post-conflict, recovery and development operational contexts. I have actively contributed to the design and implementation of operations-specific country strategies, as well as managed operations and resources in different large-scale complex emergency and recovery response interventions. In all my assignments, I have consistently developed and communicated a clear vision and strategy, with a strong determination to translate those into results-oriented actions and tangible outputs while ensuring effective management of resources. I developed great abilities in conducting capacity building and training for national staff, institutional counterparts and operational partners through evidence-based and proven practical management, coordination and leadership skills. I believe in inclusive and consultative cooperation, in complementarities and synergies with staff and partners through communication of a clear vision and strategy, building of good inter-personal relations, focusing on concerted actions and pro-active cooperation for the purpose to effectively achieve concrete results and ultimately to engage for the improvement of the life of the vulnerable population and contributing in achieving the established long-term objectives.