Meet The Fellows
Collaborative working is central to the ethos of the IARAN and is the basis of our operating model. Given the scale of the challenges facing humanitarian actors, we believe it is imperative that organisations are more open to sharing their resources and expertise. That’s why we operate as a collaborative hub of humanitarian professionals. We sit across different humanitarian agencies, businesses and NGOs, but together we exchange, empower and learn about foresight knowledge, aptitudes, and practices to plant the seed for strategic changes across multiple organisations at once.
This means that we are more flexible to respond to the demands of our partners by having a knowledge and skill base that we can readily tap into, to meet any required brief.
Click on each Fellow's picture to read more about them and see the articles they've published for the IARAN.
Articles from our Fellows
Isabelle Pelly, in a blog written for Medium, shares her experiences of collaborative working and networked approaches and provides some top tips.
Together, Vicky Watt-Smith (IARAN Communications Officer) and Leonie Le Borgne (IARAN Fellow) discuss the advantages and disadvantages to remote/flexible working. What was the final result? The answer might surprise you...
Aarathi, in her first blog post as a IARAN fellow, walks us through the the International Federation of the Red Cross and Crescent’s journey to be fit for the future and the communities it serves.
Leonie, in her first blog post as a IARAN fellow, reveals her 8 key takeaways from our inaugural Fellowship meeting back in June.
By Leonie Le Borgne