His speciality is the design, drawing together and leading of virtual teams across different organisations and continents – using empathy as much as latest communications technology.
Pascal advises on communication strategy, messaging, webstats analysis. He moderates events and webinars, writes and curates content in English and German, and enjoys everything around video production, especially in-depth interviews.
Nathan provides compelling content for sustainable rural development on a wide range of issues in developing country agriculture and natural resource management
Before turning to free-lance work, Nathan had a long and productive career in several international agricultural research centers, including 17 years as head of communications and knowledge management at CIAT, a CGIAR centre in Colombia. He is fluent in Spanish and holds a Master’s degree in literature.
Nathan is focused on making research and development content more widely available and also more compelling to decision makers. He believes this is important for building momentum behind the work of R&D organizations as well as for promoting the adoption of solutions that contribute to impact. Through a variety of products – feature articles, blog posts, news releases, promotional publications, institutional reports, and web content – he appeals to people’s minds as well as their emotions, convincing them with sound arguments but also motivating them to decide and act.
Shaughn specialises in speech and editorial writing, press releases, messaging and social media content
Working extensively with governments, parliamentarians, multilateral organizations and civil society, Shaughn has helped shape key debates around issues of international development, human rights, foreign policy and international trade.
With an undergraduate degree in journalism and communications, and a Master of public policy focused on global governance and democratization, his work is underpinned by research and analysis to help position your organization at the cutting-edge of leading debates.
Shaughn’s work reflects a deep-seated belief that the careful crafting and strategic deployment of language and communications are critical in helping organizations achieve their objectives.
Ruth has been in communications about agricultural research and development for 30 years, mostly as head of public awareness at Bioversity International
She has 20+ years’ experience in international development, working for government departments, local and international NGOs, bilateral aid agencies and international networks in the UK and developing countries.
Sam believes that facilitation contributes substantially to positive outcomes of events, ensuring meeting objectives are met within a structured yet flexible approach.
Dominik is digital native working all sorts of technology-related jobs