Rhonda Douglas

Rhonda Douglas
Rhonda Douglas
Programme Strategy Advisor
An inclusive city is one that values all people and their needs equally. It is one in which all residents—including the most marginalized of poor workers—have a representative voice in governance, planning, and budgeting processes, and have access to sustainable livelihoods, legal housing and affordable basic services such as water/sanitation and an electricity supply.
organizational development, capacity building, strategy, programme development, project management, communications, resource mobilization

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. 


2017. Building Inclusive Cities: Highlights from the Inclusive Cities Project

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.