What I do at MMV:
My role as Finance Manager is to support the financial aspect of grant management for the consortiums MMV is leading. I work to ensure adequate coordination and collaboration with our partners throughout the full project cycle.
Why I work at MMV:
I have always wanted to work for a non-profit organization that has real impact. The medicines MMV has supported have saved over 2 million of lives and I am proud to be part of the mission of reducing the burden of this terrible disease.
More about me:
I have a Master of Corporate Finance from the Toulouse Business School in France and a Master of Business Administration with a focus on business economics from Georgia State University in the USA. I started my career coordinating finance and human resources in the field for organizations such as ACTED, the French Red Cross and Doctors Without Borders. I supported operations in Chad, Laos, Haiti, South Sudan, and Liberia. Later, I joined the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), in Vienna, as Budget Specialist. Before joining MMV I worked as Finance and Grants Coordinator for the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF), in Geneva.
Ask me about:
Anything linked to the financial aspect of grant management or the challenges of working in the humanitarian field. I am also always happy to talk about travels, especially ideal destinations or long-term travelling (I did a 15-month world tour).