Tina Marie Marchand

Research Manager

Tina Marie Marchand is the Research Manager for E3G’s cross-cutting Political Economy and Governance Programme. She manages political economy research methodologies and projects to help develop strategies for building global climate ambition.

Tina Marie Marchand
E3G London Office
@tm_marchand

Tina delivers political economy analyses for key countries across the world and leads the development of the Political Economy Mapping Methodology (PEMM).

She also supports E3G’s organisational development with a focus on learning and integration.

Prior to joining E3G, Tina spent seven years delivering policy research, political analysis and evidence-based advocacy strategies related to environmental sustainability and renewable energy for both government and non-governmental organisations in Southeast Asia, Europe and North America. She has experience working on energy access and biomass energy issues for the international affairs think tank Chatham House in London, UK and the international non-governmental organisation Groupe Energies Renouvelables, Environnement et Solidarités (GERES) in France and Southeast Asia.

Tina holds a Bachelor of Science and Master of Environment, Environmental Assessment from Concordia University in Montréal, Canada.

She enjoys discovering new places, cultures and languages; spending time in nature; and expressing herself creatively through music, dance and perfumery.

Tina delivers political economy analyses for key countries across the world and leads the development of the Political Economy Mapping Methodology (PEMM).

She also supports E3G’s organisational development with a focus on learning and integration.

Prior to joining E3G, Tina spent seven years delivering policy research, political analysis and evidence-based advocacy strategies related to environmental sustainability and renewable energy for both government and non-governmental organisations in Southeast Asia, Europe and North America. She has experience working on energy access and biomass energy issues for the international affairs think tank Chatham House in London, UK and the international non-governmental organisation Groupe Energies Renouvelables, Environnement et Solidarités (GERES) in France and Southeast Asia.

Tina holds a Bachelor of Science and Master of Environment, Environmental Assessment from Concordia University in Montréal, Canada.

She enjoys discovering new places, cultures and languages; spending time in nature; and expressing herself creatively through music, dance and perfumery.

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