Institute for Environmental Policy
Céline Charveliat is the Executive Director at IEEP since 2016. She began her career in Washington DC as a researcher at the Peterson Institute and the Inter-American Development Bank. She worked for over 10 years with Oxfam International. She first represented the agency at the WTO and managed its Make Trade Fair campaign, including its landmark advocacy on agricultural export subsidies and domestic support. Her distinctive contribution in this field was highlighted by former Brazilian Foreign Affairs Minister Celso Amorim in his personal memoirs. In 2011, she became Oxfam’s Director of Advocacy and Campaigns, based in Brussels, where focusing her high-level representation duties on the issue of European climate change policy and COP21. Céline Charveriat was recently named by Euractiv as the 30th most influential person on EU’s Energy Union policy.