Caroline Teti is a social scientist trained in Development Communications, Gender and Human Rights. She has 20 years experience working for non-profits in Africa in program design, implementation and advocacy. She currently works at GiveDirectly as the Global Director of Recipient Advocacy, based in Nairobi Kenya. She leads the implementation of the organization’s Enterprise Risk Management policy.
Among the focus areas are gender mainstreaming in cash transfer programming, recipient protection, Fraud and safeguarding risk assessment, government relations advisory services. Caroline’s role cuts across all cash transfer programs including Refugee projects, universal basic income, cash for development, humanitarian cash. Caroline’s portfolio currently covers 8 countries in Africa as well as US and Humanitarian programs.
Caroline holds an M.A. in development communication from Daystar University, a B.Ed. Arts English-major from Kenyatta University, and a diploma in gender and human rights from Uppsalla University.