We have recently published an extensive, stakeholder-reviewed study on mining-related conflict and governance. This study is comprised of an academic literature review, database analysis and four case studies carried out in Bolivia, Peru, Madagascar and Tanzania.This work was motivated…See More
Current work is focused on creating training programs for developing countries’ governments and artisanal mining communities in the areas of community conflicts, gender and environment, and economic empowerment of women and girls. I am a multilingual socio-economist with a background in international development and 12 years of experience in the mining industry, including nine years of overseas work in South America (Chile, Peru, Colombia and Brazil). Areas of expertise include community development, community-based resource management, gender, human rights, training and capacity-building.
Areas of interest
csr, governance and anti-corruption, environment, social accountability, human rights, redistribution and sustainable development