Nació en 1980. Máster (MSc) en Ciencias Ambientales del Instituto Federal Suizo de Tecnología (ETH),  Zürich, 2007.

Tiene su base de trabajo en Gateshead, Reino Unido

Principales áreas de especialización:

  • Exploración y aprendizaje continuos en equipos y organizaciones
  • Toma de decisiones adaptativa en condiciones de incertidumbre
  • Monitoreo y evaluación de iniciativas de cambio sistémico
  • Investigación narrativa y creación de sentido participativa
  • Desarrollo de sistemas de mercado
  • Facilitación de redes de conocimiento y comunidades de práctica

Experiencia laboral:

Desde 2015: Socio de Mesopartner

2014-2017: Conducción, monitoreo, evaluación de impacto y evidencias, el BEAM Exchange

2011 a la fecha: Miembro del equipo de apoyo de la red de empleo e ingresos de la Agencia Suiza para el Desarrollo y la Cooperación (COSUDE).

2011-2015: Consultor independiente en desarrollo de sistemas de mercado y enfoques sistémicos

2009-2011: Oficial de programa en Intercooperation (actualmente HELVETAS Swiss Intercooperation), Bangladesh

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Responding to technological change by promoting learning and skills upgrading in the economy  
In Article 9 of this Annual Reflection, Strengthening technological capability, two important sub-systems at the meso level are mentioned. The two sub-systems are made up of the technological institutions that disseminate codified and tacit knowledge (through technological…  
Strengthening technological capability  
This article is a summary of a research paper that Mesopartner was commissioned to write for Trade and Industry Policy Strategies (TIPS) on behalf of the Department of Trade and Industry in South Africa. It is about strengthening technological capability in developing countries…  
Smart cities and smart rural areas: Digitisation is not the first priority  
What constitutes the "smart" element of a space or a place? We argue that “smart” does not equal digitisation. But if "smart" is not necessarily associated with digital solutions, what does it mean then?  
LED and MSD: Differences and complementarities  
In recent editions of the Annual Reflection, particularly in the 2015 Annual Reflection, we discussed Local Economic Development (LED) intensively. We have also occasionally discussed Market System Development (MSD).  
Targeting resilience, not growth  
Many international donor programmes have growth and employment as their prime objectives and performance targets. Impact-level indicators usually cover the number of full-time equivalent jobs created and net-attributable income change. As these programmes are about reducing…  
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