Rajiv Kumar

Doctoral Scholar , Central university of Gujarat
  • India
Laurence GERRER-THOMAS

Rights manager, OECD

Managing publishing rights and copyright, licensing OECD content.
Kieran Jones

Forum Network Community Manager and Forum Programme Officer, OECD

Katherine Kraig

Communications Manager, OECD

Kate Lancaster

Communications, OECD

Julian Knott

Counsellor and Head of Campaigns and Mainstreaming, OECD

Joachim K. Doll

Platform Manager & Online Service Support Coordinator, OECD

Online Publishing and Digital Marketing
Jean de La Rochebrochard

Campaign & Forum Manager, OECD

https://www.linkedin.com/in/delarochebrochard/
Jan Landess

Events Coordinator, OECD

Janine Treves

Editor/Content Strategist, OECD

Over 20 years of experience in content editing and publishing management in the social sciences and public policy. Joined the OECD as a managing editor in 2011, responsible for a portfolio of subject areas (agriculture; environment; local economic development, entrepreneurship and SMEs; trade; transport; science and innovation). Previously worked at UNESCO (2001-2010) as editor-at-large and project editor. Trained in private academic publishing in New York.
James Kitchen

Online Marketing Manager at OECD, OECD

Holly Richards

Junior Public Affairs Manager, OECD

Heino von Meyer

Head, OECD Berlin Centre

Francois Barnaud

Head of Partnerships and Fundraising, OECD

Elna Rosin

OECD Forum Intern, OECD

Eric Anvar

Digital, Knowledge and Information Services at OECD, OECD

Denise Green

Communication, Organisation for Economic Cooperation & Development

Creating public-private partnerships that are committed to innovative and strategic visions and leadership engagement in projects and initiatives that respond to evolving social and economic strategies and structures. In working with the OECD, our partners and stakeholders I strive to ensure high-quality relationship building, responding to mutual strategies that contribute to enriching the policy environment.
David Halabisky

Project Co-ordinator, Centre for Entrepreneurship, SMEs, Regions and Cities, OECD

David Halabisky is a project co-ordinator in the OECD Centre for Entrepreneurship, SMEs, Regions and Cities. He is currently working on several projects related to entrepreneurship policy, including a multi-year project on inclusive entrepreneurship and is the main author of the Missing Entrepreneurs reports. Prior to joining the OECD, David worked for more than a decade in the Canadian Public Service where he worked on SME policy at the Federal Ministries of Industry, Finance and Labour. Mr. Halabisky has won several awards during his career, including a Best Paper Prize from the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada. He has degrees in economics from the University of British Columbia and McMaster University.
Dany La Belle

Project Coordinator - Remote Conferencing & Digital Strategy, OECD