Dr Nicole Motteux is a community participation and environment management specialist who has a PhD and 15 years international experience in integrated water resource management from national policy and regional basin management to community development and participatory natural resource planning. Nicole demonstrated that she is able to adapt her skills to varying tasks and sectors, including natural disaster mitigation and preparation, WATSAN, Avian Influenza, clean air, sustainable tourism, hazardous waste and water resource management. Nicole’s work has involves developing, implementing, monitoring and evaluating programs that have required coordination, negotiation and communication skills, including project management. Nicole works across disciplines and brings diverse groups together to negotiate and resolve conflicts as well as to reach consensus on solutions and their practical implementation. Her skills lie in capacity building and creating opportunities for poor persons, including women and children, to shape their lives and participate in project activities.
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