Laureline is a consultant specializing in governance and financial inclusion. In past years, she worked with multilateral development banks, low income and post conflict countries, NGOs… Her work includes country assessments, desk research, design of surveys, field work with vulnerable population, and evaluation.
Laureline joined Finance for Impact in 2019 as an inclusive finance and conflict-governance junior consultant. She took part in various projects in different geographies, including the Middle East and Africa. She provided support to several financial inclusion initiatives. She also contributed to the design of a local governance strategy in Central African Republic.
She studied international governance at Hosei University, Tokyo. There, she had the opportunity to work with Social Innovation Japan and EVA, develop skills on entrepreneurship and sustainable development and propose solutions for inclusion of women in labor markets. She assessed barriers to women careers in Japan and participated to the promotion of a local sustainable revitalization program. She earned a degree in international cooperation at Sciences Po Saint Germain en Laye. She fluently speaks French and English and is actively learning Japanese.