Marianne Camerer

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Marianne Camerer, International Director Global Integrity.

"Role: Represents Global Integrity in the international community, interacting with leaders across government, the private sector and civil society; fundraising; research, writing and analysis. Co-founder, with Nathaniel Heller and Charles Lewis. Joined Global Integrity: 2001

"Prior to the founding of Global Integrity, Marianne Camerer headed anti-corruption research at the Institute for Security Studies (ISS), a leading South African think tank. In 2000 she was a founding director of the Open Democracy Advice Center (ODAC), a Cape Town-based NGO, whose board she currently chairs. In 2003, Camerer led Global Integrity's 25 country pilot, working from the Center for Public Integrity in Washington, D.C. Camerer was a 2005 Yale World Fellow and 2006 Bucerius Fellow and has consulted extensively on governance issues, including work for the World Bank and United Nations. She is also a fellow of the Center for Applied Ethics at the University of Stellenbosch." [1]

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  1. Team, Global Integrity, accessed May 18, 2010.