Our ambassadors are responsible for WSP’s region-specific strategy and coordinate outreach to partners and mobilisation, promoting content and projects, building partnerships with local/regional institutions across the WASH sector and the broader nature and climate community. Don’t hesitate to reach out to them with any queries.
Nomundari holds a degree in Natural Resources Management and Hydraulic Engineering from the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna and the Czech University of Life Sciences, Prague. She is a young water professional, currently working as a local project manager for the consultant team for the Bulk Water Supply Expansion project implemented by the Millennium Challenge Account in Mongolia
Nomundari Erdene – MongoliaAsia-Pacific Ambassador Contact
Claudia is a young water professional working with water governance and river basin management at the Stockholm Environment Institute’s Latin America Centre. She holds an MSc in Water Science, Policy and Management from the University of Oxford and a degree in Environmental Management from the University of São Paulo.
Claudia Coleoni – BrazilLatin America Ambassador Contact
Shirley is a biologist with experience in fauna ecology and conservation, especially turtles. She holds a MSc in Applied Ecology and a PhD in Forest Resources & Conservation of Ecosystems (University of São Paulo & University of Canberra). Currently, she works within geoscience and remote sensing.
Shirley Famelli – United KingdomEurope Ambassador Contact
Lama holds a master’s degree in International Policy And Development from the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey. She is interested in water security with a focus on water Justice.
Lama Ranjous – SyriaMiddle East & Northern Africa Ambassador Contact
An engineer, social scientist and a conservationist, Shuchi works with TNC on groundwater, climate change adaptation and community-based conservation. She has almost a decade of experience in the water sector dealing with urban, industrial, agriculture and ecological water needs. She has also worked with WWF and has degrees from Oxford and Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai.