Ms. Marianne Clark-Hattingh assumed leadership of the UNICEF Malaysia country office in January 2016.
She joins the country office with vast experience in child protection, change management and social policy development. She brings to her role sound expertise in child rights, capacity building and results-based management.
Driven by her commitment to ensuring a world fit for children, Ms. Clark-Hattingh first began her career in China and Thailand before joining UNICEF in Madagascar. She has since worked at the UNICEF Headquarters in New York and held progressively senior management positions in Guinea Conakry, Benin, and Somalia as well as with the UN staff college in Turin, Italy.
Ms. Clark-Hattingh holds a Bachelor’s degree in French and International Relations and earned her Masters in Economics from the London School of Economics, specialising in Social Policy and Development. She is a British and French national.
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