Emma Kerr is a development practitioner with more than 10 years of experience in transparency and accountability, civil society coalition-building and capacity-strengthening, and political economy analysis. Prior to joining DAI, she managed a large project on corruption risk in the defence sector, led the Commonwealth’s engagement with civil society, and led network development for a global network of civil society groups working on disaster risk reduction. At DAI she has managed the Kosovo Strengthening Public Procurement project, supported the design of a number of successful bids in countries as diverse as Brazil, Malawi, and Kosovo and led political economy analysis in a number of countries including Colombia, Guatemala, and Kosovo. With lived experience in Colombia and Paraguay, Emma is fluent in Spanish and has intermediate French language fluency.

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