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Development & Donor Relations

 

Diya Jugessur – Associate Development Officer

Diya Jugessur joined the ICJ Development and Donor Relations team in 2019. She also provides governance support to the Office of the ICJ Secretary-General. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology from the University of Surrey and a Master’s degree in International Law from the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London. Diya has previously worked in both the private and non-profit sector, including several International Organizations and NGOs focusing on human rights protection and advocacy.

Mathilde Careau – Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Officer

Mathilde joined the ICJ in 2019. She is part of the DOT team, and she provides global support to all ICJ programs with their Monitoring & Evaluation activities. Mathilde is based in Paris, France and comes with several years of experience working with humanitarian NGOs on monitoring and evaluation both at HQ and in the field. Her field experience include work in Syria, Jordan, Iraq, Lebanon, Morocco and Burkina Faso. Mathilde also has a master’s degree in international trade as well as a master degree in humanitarian action and governance project management.

Jane Johnson – Fundraising Officer

Jane has over 20 years’ experience working in the development sector, the last 6 of which have been as a freelance consultant. She worked for many years with Christian Aid and has since worked with many of the larger NGOs. She has extensive experience in designing and delivering multi-partner community, health, rights and emergency projects and a proven track record in successful fundraising. She is used to working to tight deadlines and thrives in a busy environment.

Janie Crocco – Grants Management and Compliance Officer

Janie joined the ICJ in 2021. She has several years of experience working with grantee organizations as well as institutional funders. She has worked for the U.S. Department of State, the Compton Foundation, Bocconi University and the University of Connecticut School of Law Asylum and Human Rights Clinic.