Brussels, Management Team

Multicultural, multilingual, and multidisciplinary to the core—global in outlook and approach—DAI’s staff are steeped in the challenges of delivering development solutions in the field. They are committed to sharing our innovation and experience to inform international development practices worldwide.

Mathilde Gaston-Mathe
Senior Consultant, Communications and Knowledge Management Expert | [email protected]

Mathilde Gaston-Mathe

Mathilde Gaston-Mathe is a communications and knowledge management consultant with 15 years of experience mostly in the fields of microfinance and financial inclusion. She was the communications expert on the European Commission-funded ACP/EU MICROFINANCE programme for five years and is now one of three key experts on the TPSD Facility, supporting DEVCO’s Trade and Private Sector Development Unit. Mathilde also works in DAI’s EC business development unit.


Emmanuel Moyart
Project Lead, Trade, Private Sector Development and Engagement, and Regional Integration (TSPD) Facility | [email protected]

Emmanuel Moyart

A former banker, Emmanuel Moyart has been a microfinance consultant for 20 years, with significant experience in programme management, training, and policy guidance in many areas of the world, including Europe. Emmanuel is now a key expert for the Facility that supports DEVCO’s Trade and Private Sector Development Unit, and he also provides technical input to DAI’s private sector development projects. Emmanuel is strongly committed to the right to fair access to basic services—including financial services—for all. His work is focused on building the environment and human capacity for effective financial inclusion.


Pierre Berthelot
Technical Advisor | [email protected]

Pierre Berthelot

Pierre Berthelot is a development economist by training, whose career spans trade, agriculture, and enterprise development. From high-level management as Chef de Cabinet at the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development’s Development Centre, he subsequently specialized in trade-related technical assistance and management of EU-funded programmes. Previously, Pierre was Deputy Director at the Commonwealth Secretariat; he has also held positions at the OECD and the African Development Bank.


Guzmán Oveja
Tender Manager, Business Development | [email protected]

Guzmán Oveja

Guzmán Oveja works as tender manager in the Business Development Unit, mainly with European Union-funded opportunities. He is charge of identifying and monitoring new business opportunities and partners, coordinating expressions of interest, recruiting experts, and drafting technical sections in DAI’s proposals. In addition to European Commission procedures, Guzmán has previous experience with other donors such as the World Bank, Millennium Challenge Corporation, International Fund for Agricultural Development, and the African Development Bank. He holds master’s degrees in European Union and Latin American studies, international cooperation, and communication. Guzmán’s areas of expertise cover governance, rule of law, peacebuilding, and trade and employment, among others.


Rossana Gresia
Associate Consultant and Office Administrator | [email protected]

Rossana Gresia

Rossana Gresia holds a B.Sc. in political studies, an M.Sc. in European studies, and an M.Sc. in international relations. She joined DAI’s Brussels office in January 2017 as an associate consultant in the European Commission Business Development Unit and as office administrator. Rossana supports the tendering process for initiatives financed by the European Commission. She previously worked in business development with different donors, in national institutions in the field of migration, and in international institutions such as the European Parliament and United Nations Environment Programme.

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