Cap-Net UNDP welcomes Marina Talini from Brazil as the first Network Attachment in ‘Leverage Capacity’ this month of May for a duration of 3 months. She will assist in identifying, analysing and reporting on the leverage effect of support provided by Cap-Net to partner networks capacity development delivery activities.
Marina holds a Bacharelado (Bachelor degree) in Translation (French-Portuguese), and a Pós-graduação (Master degree) in International Relations studies, both from the University of Brasilia, and specialized on Public Policies related to climate change and preservation of biodiversity. After several positions in the translation and teaching fields, she joined the Chancery of the Embassy of France in Brazil coordinating the administrative work, supporting the French delegations and public relations of the service. She then worked for the ASPAT, a Peruvian NGO for people affected by tuberculosis, in charge of redefinition of the fund-raising and the strategic planning of the association. During her experience in Peru, she was also involved in a project developed by the Universidad Católica del Peru which focused on sustainable development workshops, and revitalization of the green areas of the city of Lima.
For more information please contact Marina at firstname.lastname@example.org