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Catherine leads on and oversees innovation, development and positioning of mission-critical strategic functions and partnerships in the global CAMFED consortium to maximise CAMFED’s impact. These include: Monitoring, Evaluation, Research and Learning – to understand, communicate, learn and most effectively deliver on CAMFED’s goals; and Women’s Enterprise and Climate Action – centering these in CAMFED’s model to multiply our impact.

Prior to joining CAMFED in 2008, Catherine spent five years as a strategy consultant focusing on economic development, leading projects on entrepreneurship-promotion, support for small and medium enterprises and innovation strategy. She worked as a market analyst for P&G and investigated the gender pay gap during her stage with the European Commission’s Department for Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion. Catherine holds a BA in History from the University of Cambridge and a Masters in Economic and Social History from the University of Oxford.

More from Catherine Boyce

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Girls and climate justice education

December 6, 2023

Climate justice in education must acknowledge and respond to the injustices associated with gender, geography, poverty, youth, disability and other characteristics in a way that is uplifting and empowering. In this blog, Alice Saisha, Catherine Boyce and Fernanda Gándara explore what this looks like in practice.

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How can young women build climate-smart rural livelihoods?

In this joint blog with Cambridge University and CAMFED, we discuss how young women can build climate-smart rural livelihoods in sub-Saharan Africa.

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African women leading climate action – CAMFED’s UN award at COP25

CAMFED received the 2019 UN Climate Action Award in the ‘Women for Results’ category for young women’s grassroots action on climate change in rural sub-Saharan Africa.

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