Senior consultant, specialised in management and control of European Structural and Investment Funds
Cristina Herranz holds a master in International Cooperation and Development from the University Rey Juan Carlos y graduate studies in Strategic Management and Social Leadership from the IESE Business School and Humanitarian Aid from the International University Centre for Peace Missions. She has been involved in the management and control systems of diverse European Social Fund Operational Programmes in the Ministry of Employment and Social Security and the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport in Spain. For over 10 years she has worked in International Cooperation programmes, with notable experience in international, national, public and private institutions, principally in Latin America, managing and coordinating agreements and programmes in international cooperation and humanitarian aid and financial impact evaluations for Spanish Agency for International Cooperation, AECID, the Interamerican Development Bank (BID), EuropeAid, ECHO, etc.
Specialised in strategic management and leadership of non-profit organizations in the Third Sector and public policies, she has participated in advocacy campaigns for organizations such as Médicos del Mundo and Amnesty International. It should be noted that she has carried out various research focused on the Third Sector and international cooperation for various clients, among others, the United Nations.
FIELDS OF EXPERTISE
- Management and control of European Funds
- International cooperation for development and humanitarian aid
- Public policy
- Advocacy and human rights
- Social innovation
- Strategic management and leadership of organizations in the Third Sector
- Agenda 2030 and Sustainable Development Goals
For more information, please see her detailed CV.