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Calli VanderWilde

Consultant

Calli has 5+ years of experience assessing supply chain sustainability, particularly as it relates to supply chain exposure to deforestation risk. She is soon to receive her doctoral degree from the University of Michigan in this space. Calli has global experience working on diverse projects addressing an array of sustainability issues. She has done research on palm oil driven deforestation in Guatemala, water scarcity issues in Costa Rica, and renewable energy development in the Democratic Republic of Congo. While at the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO), she developed and applied an evaluation framework to determine prerequisites to successful technology facilitation from the Global North to Global South. At the World Bank Group she collaborated on multiple projects with topics including: concession finance mechanisms for forest protection; economic threats from sea level rise; crop insurance needs due to climate change; and climate change resilience monitoring and evaluation methodologies. She is an analytical and strategic thinker with effective project management, data analysis, leadership, and communication skills. Her attention to detail, intellectual curiosity, and passion for learning drive a willingness to become proficient in ESG data, frameworks, and reporting.

Calli VanderWilde
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