Consultant, Public-Private Partnerships
An economist by training, Dina has worked in the private, public and academic sectors in the context of international development and economics.
Dina is responsible for opportunity management, proposal preparation and projects coordination and execution. Her contributions over the past year:
- Cost-benefit analysis for a whale protection project in Canada
- Literature reviews for various projects
- Benchmark comparing electricity sector data in different countries
- Database development of different organizations and stakeholders for a World Bank survey
- Desktop research to support a PPP program in Cameroon
- Desk review on solar energy in West Africa
- Client, stakeholder and partnership management for four Millennium Challenge Corporation projects
- Project scheduling and budgeting
At CPCS, Dina has also workedas an Internal Analyst and Executive Assistant responsible for corporate development initiatives and business plan performance analytics.
Prior to her career at CPCS, Dina was the Regional Liaison Officer for Quebec and Atlantic Canada for an International Development organism, where she wrote reports and analyzed various global issues. She also provided capacity training to university administrations and student groups and created tools to promote various international development campaigns.
For her Master’s research, Dina performed an economic cost-benefit analysis on the viability of Greek debt.
Dina is Fluent in French and English.
- 2017: M.Sc., Economics, Sherbrooke University
- 2014: B.A.Sc., Applied Economics, Sherbrooke University
3 fun facts:
- Has visited 15 countries and four continents
- Volunteers at a local daycare on a weekly basis
- Is a major foodie
P: +1 (613) 237-2500 ext. 327