Stephen Anderson specializes in poverty analysis and supporting policy and institutional reform processes. He is an experienced analyst and facilitator of complex reform processes. He has in depth experience and has conceptualized, designed, reviewed and evaluated both donor and government policies, strategies, and programs. He has a proven track record working in complex environments and assisting multiple stakeholders in negotiating practical and actionable outcomes.
With over fifteen years of experience in the area of livelihoods analysis and food security, Tanya Boudreau brings a unique perspective gained from a combination of extensive field experience and headquarter-level advising. She has particular strengths in the field of disaster risk reduction and early warning systems; and she specializes in the development of creative applications for food security information and in designing communication tools to better link headquarter decision-makers to the reality of poor households.
Jennifer Bush is a food security consultant, specializing in gender and development, with field experience ranging from early warning to response planning to gender evaluation.Julius Holt
Julius Holt is a food security expert with 30 years of experience in livelihood assessment methods, famine early warning, poverty analysis and policy development, nutritional surveillance, and the uses and abuses of food aid.
Alexandra King is a livelihoods and food security consultant with over 15 years of experience in conducting Household Economy assessments, in training others to use this methodology, and in managing food security-related projects.
A PhD nutritionist, Mark Lawrence has over 25 years of experience in the design and management of quantitative and qualitative food security assessments and famine early warning information systems.