New Staff at Electronics Watch
Electronics Watch is delighted to introduce two new members of staff. Kate Sullivan began her role as Affiliate Engagement Manager in March. Rocío Paniagua came on board as Low Emission Vehicle Programme Manager in May.
Kate Sullivan (left) has spent the last 10 years working in international affairs, primarily on issues related to peacebuilding and global governance. She has expertise in partnership design, stakeholder management, strategic planning and policy development. Prior to joining Electronics Watch, she held positions at the Dag Hammarskjöld Foundation, the Global Challenges Foundation, the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI), the Global Partnership Alliance and United Technologies Corporation. Kate is a returned U.S. Peace Corps Volunteer and a Rotary Paul Harris Fellow. She holds a Master in Public Administration from the George Washington University and a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Michigan.
Rocío Paniagua (right) previously headed the Business Integrity Programme at Transparency International-UK. She coordinated and led the delivery of the Programme's products, services, advocacy and communications strategies, to achieve real change in the fight against corruption. Before that, Rocío worked as a Senior Legal Manager with the International Bar Association Legal Policy & Research Unit, where she led projects in the areas of corporate and judicial integrity, and business and human rights. A member of the Madrid Bar Association, she has previously worked as a Legal Officer in the International Department of the Spanish National Bar Association and in two major re-insurers in London and Dublin. Rocío has a law degree at the Autónoma University of Madrid and undertook additional law studies at the Roma Tre University in Italy and a Masters in International Cooperation for Development at the Complutense University of Madrid.