She has a vast knowledge of development issues such as human rights, sexual and reproductive rights, media and press freedom, women’s rights and gender and sustainable land use and renewable energy. She has work experience in She has work experience in the Netherlands, Southern Africa (Zimbabwe, South Africa, Namibia, Mozambique, Zambia, Malawi and Botswana), India, Central America (Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Honduras, Guatemala, El Salvador and Belize) and South America (Bolivia, Chile, Peru, Brazil, Ecuador and Colombia).
Corina has participated actively in European networks, over the past 20 years with the Alliance and previously with Women in Development Europe (WIDE) and Eurostep.
Finding the right people for key jobs is crucial for the effectiveness of development work and the credibility of the sector. Better results will lead to positive changes in people’s lives. Besides having the desired capacities and capabilities, Corina considers it important that candidates are creative, open minded and able to think out of the box. The circumstances for development work are usually difficult to predict, then you need people who can act and adjust fast.
In order to find the ideal candidate, it is crucial to know the client’s mission and achievements, it’s specific wishes and organizational culture. She is highly committed to find the best candidate for your job.