Clotilde has 30+ years of experience in international development, having worked for two decades with the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) in Washington, DC.

Clotilde’s career at the IDB entailed significant interactions with project teams and their local counterparts to strengthen their project management capacity and support the results focus of their interventions. She coordinated the design and launch of PROLEAD, the IDB’s signature initiative to promote women’s political participation and leadership in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC). Clotilde has traveled and worked extensively in the LAC region.

She served as the Vice-President of the Haitian-Association of Voluntary Agencies (HAVA) and as Board-member of the DC-based Haiti Democracy Project. She was a founder and Executive Director of the Centre de Promotion des Femmes Ouvrières (CPFO) in Haiti.

Clotilde holds an MBA from The George Washington University, a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Howard University and a post-graduate from the Centro Latino Americano en Ciencias Sociales (CLACSO). A native of Haiti, Clotilde is fluent in French, Spanish, English, and Creole.