Arielle is a politically aware and experienced professional with dynamic leadership skills gained from managing projects in Ethiopia, Cuba, India, Nepal, Kenya, the USA, and the UAE.
She works as part of the frameworks team at IMC Worldwide where she manages the implementation of the DFID funded Access to Justice Program Impact Evaluation in South Sudan, as well as a GOAL-funded water and sanitation framework in Syria. As part of the frameworks team, Arielle also actively seeks new business opportunities for IMC and liaises with various donors, partners and consultants from around the world.
Prior to joining IMC, Arielle worked for WaterAid where she assisted in the development of a strategy to attracting more funding. From quality assuring project development and reports, to developing marketing materials to increase visibility and support, Arielle has a keen understanding of the water and sanitation sector and fundraising.
Her work at the Official Monetary and Financial Institutions Forum led her to manage relationships with multinational organisations as well as governmental agencies around the world, particularly Finance Ministries, Central Banks, Pension Funds and Sovereign Wealth Funds.
Arielle speaks English, French and Spanish.
“Our international team and expertise means that we are culturally aware and able to work at different levels of society to create real sustainable change.”