In her role as WIEGO’s Programme Strategy Advisor, Rhonda coordinated the Inclusive Cities project and Securing Economic Rights for Women's projects. She is a member of WIEGO’s global Operations Team, and she also provides operational and strategic planning support to membership-based organizations of the working poor.
Rhonda holds a Master's degree in Management for the Voluntary Sector from McGill University and has over two decades of experience in resource mobilization and organizational development in the charitable sector. She was Co-Director of Resource Development and Co-Director of Communications for Amnesty International Canada, and served as International Marketing Director for CARE International. As a consultant, Rhonda has also worked with several North American NGOs, as well as with IDRC-supported research networks (Latin America, Africa, Middle East) on their resource mobilization and capacity-building needs.
2016. Five Case Studies that Illustrate Steps Toward an Inclusive City (WIEGO Blog)
2014. Series Editor, Sustainability for MBOs: Resource Books for Organizations.
2014. Reclaiming the World's Waste: Waste Pickers Organizing for Inclusion. University of Toronto: Women and Environments Magazine.
2013. What We Mean by “Inclusive Cities”. Informal City Dialogues.