Mathilde Burnouf is a Senior Public Policy and Communications Consultant. Mathilde combines her extensive experience in public policy, economic and political analysis to support clients in assessing, developing and supporting the implementation of advocacy strategies.

Mathilde has over eight years of experience in policy analysis, public affairs consultancy, communications and journalism. She developed public policy analysis and communication strategies for international institutions on SDGs, governance issues, regional cooperation and capacity building with a focus on Africa region. Mathilde works for international institutions, bilateral donors and international foundations.

Mathilde holds a Master’s degree in International Relations and Economics from Sciences Po Paris and from the Paris 1 Sorbonne University. She speaks fluent French, English, and is proficient in Spanish and German. She is professor for a MBA on global public health in Paris (EFAP school), and led a MOOC organised by the World Bank Group on Climate Change. She also co-author of a paper on governance and biodiversity in Congo (DRC).


Mathilde Burnouf has extensive experience in working in: Azerbaijan, Benin, Burkina Faso, Cambodia, Cameroon, Colombia, Côte d'Ivoire, Democratic Republic of Congo, EU, France, Gabon, Georgia, India, Kenya, Laos, Mexico, Mozambique, Niger, Philippines, Senegal, Sudan, Tanzania, Thailand, Tunisia, Uganda, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, United Republic of Tanzania, United States of America, and Vietnam. Major areas of expertise include: Analysis and research, Capacity assessments and development, Conflict, situation and political economy analysis, Good governance and the Rule of Law, Policy and concept development, and Sustainable development