Nadine’s career in international development spans more than 25 years and several continents, and multiple sectors. A passionate advocate for child rights, she has served as a senior leaders and consultant for Save the Children Canada, United Nations Development Fund, the World Bank, CARE and the Aga Khan Foundation Canada. She has served in long term postings in Madagascar, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Papua New Guinea, Republic of Congo, East Timor and India. As Director of Programs at Plan Canada she has built a highly successful team of business development and technical experts resulting in double digit annual growth of grants, and $250 million in acquisitions in the past six years. As strong believer in the value of multi-stakeholder approaches to complex development issues, Nadine is a Steering Committee member of the Devonshire Initiative network of extractive and international development partners, and former co-Chair of the humanitarian network in Canada known as PAGER. As CSR Manager for a mid-sized mining company in Madagascar, Nadine’s comprehensive training and orientation reached 10,000 employees on Code of Conduct and zero-tolerance for child sexual exploitation. She has also played leadership roles in international campaigns for education in conflict zones with Save the Children. A mother of three, Nadine is based in Toronto.