Programme Director, Building Bridges, Graduate School of Development Policy and Practice (GSDPP), University of Cape Town, South Africa
City : Cape Town
Country : US
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I am passionate about Africa, her people and her potential.
Marianne Camerer is the Programme Director of Building Bridges, the policy-focused research and outreach programme at the GSDPP which also hosts the Emerging African Leaders Programme (EALP). Prior to joining UCT, Marianne co-founded the international anti-corruption NGO Global Integrity and serves as a trustee of The Global Integrity Trust. She previously headed anti-corruption research at the Institute for Security Studies (ISS), was a founding director of the Open Democracy Advice Center (ODAC) and lectured in applied ethics at the University of Stellenbosch. Marianne has consulted for international organizations such as the World Bank and United Nations. She holds masters’ degrees in public policy and political philosophy from Oxford and the University of Stellenbosch and has published in the governance field. Her Ph.D. in Political Studies, from the University of Witwatersrand, was on “Corruption and Reform in Democratic South Africa” with a particular focus on the arms deal. Marianne is a Yale World Fellow and spent a semester in New Haven as a Fellow of the Yale Council on African Studies. She is passionate about leadership development and trained as an integral coach through UCT’s Centre for Coaching at the Graduate School of Business. Marianne is an Advisory Board member of CAPI, the Centre for the Advancement of Public Integrity, at Columbia Law School.
I can thought partner on the following topics:
Leadership development, integral coaching, civil society advocacy and governance reform, South African politics
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