Nicole re-joined INTRAC in December 2015 to coordinate a two-year programme to build the capacity of local NGO consultants in Tanzania, Palestine, Lebanon, Indonesia and Kyrgyzstan by providing essential project management and logistical assistance.

She previously worked at INTRAC from October 2012 to December 2014 as the Consultancies and Training Assistant supporting the consultancies and training teams. Prior to coming to INTRAC, Nicole worked in local government as a Policy and Democratic Officer, where she was responsible for policy research on a range of local government issues as well as supporting democratic processes and promoting a unified project management approach. She has spent the past year coordinating the development of accredited training programme for Rape Crisis England and Wales, a UK-based sexual violence support charity. She is actively engaged in UK civil society,volunteering at a local sexual violence crisis centre.

Nicole holds a joint-honours Bachelor of Arts in international relations and French from the University of Leeds, and spent a year of her degree studying at the Institut d’Études Politiques in Strasbourg, France. She has a practitioner qualification from PRINCE2 (PRojects IN Controlled Environments), a project management standard developed by the UK government and widely used in the public and private sectors in the UK and internationally.

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