CCD's global team is talented representatives assembled from the 14 humanitarian organizations we represent
Kathryn Taetzsch is one of the CCD global co-leads, and also supports the Social Protection and Data Sharing Working Groups. She works for World Vision as Global Cash and Voucher Programming Director and has 20 years of strategic and operational humanitarian response and academic research experience in fragile, conflict- and natural disaster-affected contexts in Africa, Asia, and the Middle East, and Latin America.
Deepa Sharma is one of the CCD global co-leads, and also the Humanitarian Business Operations Lead at Save the Children UK. She is responsible for the strategic leadership of the Network and leads on development of business and governance models for CCD. She has a background in finance, strategy, operations and change management in private and INGO sectors.
Dina Brick is one of the CCD global co-leads, and also the Senior Technical Advisor – Food Security and Markets at Catholic Relief Services. As a member of CRS’ Humanitarian Response Department, Dina heads CRS’ Market-Based Rapid Response and Recovery team. Dina has over 15 years of experience in international agriculture, food security, and cash and markets programs, based both overseas and in the U.S.
Max Baiden is managing the Business Modelling of the CCD Network. He is also a Humanitarian Innovation and Collaboration Advisor at Save the Children UK, where he provides systems thinking approaches to both humanitarian policy and innovation projects. Max has been working with the CCD for over 2 years, and spent 3 months in Ethiopia setting up the CCD in early 2019. Max has over 7 years of experience in the International Development and Humanitarian Aid sectors.
Amos Doornbos is leading the CCD Global Group of Data Interoperability. He is also a Disaster Management Strategy & Systems Director for World Vision International. Amos is focused on enabling individuals to have more control over and access to their data and wrestling with issues like consent, ethics, and rights. Amos specializes in change management for humanitarian aid organizations and social enterprises, especially around the use of technology and building staff capacity.
Zeeshan Hussain is leading the Fundraising and Partnerships for the CCD Network by creating strategic long-term partnerships that seek to maximize the impact of our work for people who need us. He is also the Philanthropy Manager at the Save the Children UK. Zeeshan believes his work is to help the CCD do more for the people we serve.
Neetu Mahil is CCD's Global Platform Coordination Lead, seconded from NRC's CashCap Roster. She supports CCD's collaboration managers and country networks, and works to operationalize CCD's global strategic initiatives. She has over 14 years of experience delivering cash and voucher assistance (CVA) and livelihoods programs in emergency contexts; conducting operational research to improve CVA design and delivery; and coordinating across stakeholders and leading diverse teams to accomplish strategic goals.
Isidro Navarro is the CCD Collaboration Manager for Colombia. He is also the Senior Technical Advisor for Cash & Market based programming in World Vision. Isidro has over two decades of professional experience in the international development sector and specializes in Cash and Voucher Assistance. Isidro has worked for UN agencies and international NGOs in Latin America, Africa, and Asia.
Josie Scott is the CCD Collaboration Manager for Ethiopia. She is also a part of the Humanitarian Technical Unit at the Catholic Relief Services. Josie has been working with the Ethiopia CCD since August 2019 when she was seconded by Save the Children UK. Whilst in this role, Josie has prioritized building trust and creating an enabling environment for collaboration among CCD members in Ethiopia.
Christine Nandora is the CCD Collaboration Manager for Uganda. She is also the Technical Coordinator for IRC’s Economic Recovery and Development Sector in Uganda. Christine is an Agricultural Economist with over 11 years of professional experience provides technical guidance to all livelihoods, environment, and economic development on a wide range of projects such as value chain development, entrepreneurship, climate change, natural resource management, women's economic empowerment, and others.
Abdullahi Bularafa Yerima is the CCD Collaboration Manager for Nigeria. He is also the Senior Cash and Voucher Program Officer with Mercy corps. He has over eight years of working experience with international humanitarian organizations implementing developmental and emergency cash and livelihood programs. In recent years, Abdullahi is using cash modality to provide life-saving emergency assistance to vulnerable, displaced individuals in Northeastern Nigeria and Mercy Corps program locations in Nigeria.
Marieta Fitzcharles is the Impact/MEAL evidence framework and measurement lead at the CCD. She is also works with World Vision International as the Cash and Voucher Programming MEAL Advisor. She has 10 years of experience working on monitoring, accountability, and accountability in diverse contexts, including 5 years working specifically with cash and voucher programmes across the Middle East.