Corrine Vibert

Director of Communications, Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning, and Inclusion

Corrine is also the EASST representative on the UN Road SAfety Collaboration Advocacy Working Group.

Corrine Vibert
United Kingdom

Corrine is the Director of Communications, Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL, and Inclusion for the Eastern Alliance ror Safe and Sustainable Transport (EASST). She develops and implements of EASST communications strategy, including the management of online communications and social netwroks, promoting the work of EASST and its partners globally. Project leader to develop work on Disability, Mobility, Road Risk, Gender and Road Safety. Corrine oversees all EASST grant giving and reporting, finances and admin work.

Previous Experience

Groundwork South Yorkshire (GWSY)Marketing & Communications Officer Sheffield June – Nov 2016
Groundwork South Yorkshire is part of a national federation of independent trusts that aims to promote active citizenship, support disadvantaged communities and improve open spaces across South Yorkshire.

John Smith Trust, London April 2011 – June 2016
The John Smith Trust is an international not-for-profit organisation that seeks to promote good governance and the rule of law in post-conflict and developing countries by building the leadership capacity of actors.

Development and Communications Manager Sept 2015 – June 2016
Fundraising and Communications Officer, Sept 2013 – Aug 2015
Programme Coordinator, Aug 2011 – Sept 2013
Attachments and Administration Assistant, April – July 2011

Oxfam GB, Research Executive Intern, Oxford July – Sept 2011
Oxfam is one of the largest international development organisations in the UK. Its aims are to tackle the root causes of poverty and create societies where empowered individuals can thrive.

Global Xchange,  Volunteer, Team 114, Voluntary Services Overseas, London/Rajasthan, India Sept 2010 – Mar 2011
Global Xchange was a full-time volunteering programme promoting global citizenship through international exchange.

Training and Qualifications

Diploma on Corporate Sustainability: Foundation Course, Center for Sustainability Excellence July 2020

Postgraduate Road Safety Course, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands September 2019

How to manage gender responsive evaluation, UN Women – online June 2018

Safeguarding Awareness (Children and Young People), Learn2 – Sheffield July 2016

PRINCE2 Certificate in Project Management, Practitioner level – May 2016

Big Lottery Fund Reaching Communities master class, SYFAB – Sheffield February 2016

PRINCE2 Certificate in Project Management, Foundation level – December 2015

Essentials in Grant Fundraising, Beware the Bull – York April 2015

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