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Stacy Hope
Social Consultant , International Non-Profit, UN Agency, Government Agency & Development Bank
Washington DC, United States
Social Development Specialist with over 11 years experience in Latin America, the Caribbean & Africa seeking short-term assignments. Have worked & consulted for the UN, World Bank, IFC, IDB, governments & NGOs in the following areas: gender, extractives, DRM, climate change indigenous peoples, land rights & sustainable livelihoods. Currently Social/Gender Expert for EC DRM Project in Guyana
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Area of Expertise:
  • Capacity Building, Training, Advocacy, Political
  • Disaster, Aid, Emergencies, Relief
  • Monitoring, Evaluation, Policy, Research, Analysis
  • Private Sector, Social Enterprise, Corporate Social Responsibility
  • Social, Education, Gender, Youth, Child
Professional Experience:
Dr Stacy Hope is a trained anthropologist with over ten years’ experience conducting research and evaluations on issues around gender and gender mainstreaming, disaster risk reduction and climate change, and land rights. She has acted as a leading social researcher and international development specialist across Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Caribbean with solid practical field, policy and technical experience in Guyana, Suriname, Kenya, UK, Somalia, South Sudan, Northern Brasil and Southern China. Additionally, Dr Hope has worked with a plethora of donor agencies, including UNDP, UNON, IFC, IADB, and ICRC, as well as NGOs, national governments, private sector corporations, and civil society. She has six years’ experience developing policies and performance strategies and operating as Gender and Development Advisor to governments and donor agencies. Exceptional understanding of private-public partnerships and expertise in designing, implementing and conducting multi-donor and multi-stakeholder programme evaluations and social impact and risk reduction assessments.
2005 – 2008
University of St. Andrews, UK
PhD – Social Anthropology Thesis Polarities of difference: How the Wapichannao Negotiate Identities within a Creole State.

2004 – 2005
University of St. Andrews, UK
Masters of Research – Social Anthropology
Thesis - Investigating Identity and Indigenous Relations in Guyana

2002 – 2004
St. Mary’s College of Maryland, USA
Bachelor of Arts [2]
Cultural Anthropology & Ancient Studies
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    Years of Experience:
    10-15 years
    Highest Qualification:
    English, French, Portuguese
    Guyana , United States
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