Christopher Devlin – Development and Donor Relations Director
Christopher Devlin joined the ICJ in November 2014. He previously worked for Handicap International at Headquarters and extensively on the field with a number of NGOs, amongst them World Vision and Terre des Hommes – Italy. He has a degree in European Studies from the University of London. His professional career has been mostly on the field where he has lived or visited Bosnia and Herzegovina, Burkina Faso, Afghanistan, Pakistan, India, Nepal, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka. He is an experienced hands on Development Manager that has treated numerous sectors within the Development and Humanitarian field, including infrastructure, woman and child rights, disability, capacity and institutional building.
Priscilla Gonzalez – Assistant Development Officer
Martha Priscilla Gonzalez comes from Chihuahua, Mexico, and joined the ICJ Development and Donor Relations team as an intern in February 2012. She graduated with honours from her Bachelor’s degree in International Relations at the Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Studies (ITESM). She has previously worked in several projects with different organizations and Mexican government entities focusing on project development and management.
Nicoletta Zappile – Assistant Development Officer
Nicoletta Zappile joined the ICJ Development and Donor Relations Team in November 2013. She comes from Naples, Italy, where she graduated in International Relations at the Università degli Studi di Napoli “L’Orientale”. During her Masters in International Relations at the University of Florence she developed a strong interest in international law and human rights that brought her to the LLM at the Geneva Academy of International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights in Switzerland. Before joining the ICJ, Nicoletta has worked first as a researcher/journalist and then as a Digital Editor for The Global Journal, an international affairs-focused media start-up based in Geneva.
Fanny Cachat van der Haert – Monitoring, Evaluation & Learning Officer
Fanny joined the ICJ in september 2014, first as Programme Manager in South Asia and then as Programme Manager in the Europe and CIS regional programme. Fanny now supports the development and strengthening of practices and tools that foster a results-based approach to how ICJ programmes and projects are run. She has been developing and coordinating projects in the human rights and justice sector for about ten years, collaborating with various international NGOs such as RCN Justice & Démocratie and Avocats sans Frontières, particularly in Burundi, Rwanda and Nepal where she worked five years. She graduated with a Master in International Relations and Development and a Master in Political Sciences from Sciences Po Bordeaux, France, and holds a BA in International Relations and Political Sciences from the Università degli Studi di Torino, Italy.