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November, 2022

Dear RCCE Community,

We are pleased to announce that Diane Le Corvec joined the Collective Service as our new Global Coordinator, replacing Silvia Magnoni.

A French & Canadian national, Diane has gained over 15 years of experience in the humanitarian and global health fields, working for MSF Spain, Gavi, WHO and most recently the IFRC. She held different positions over the years, including in project and grant management, advocacy and communication, and networks coordination. In her most recent role with the IFRC and until early 2022, she coordinated the Gavi CSO constituency and successfully contributed to a new Gavi Civil Society cooperation and engagement strategy. Diane is passionate about access and right to health, gender equity as well as improving development assistance coordination at global level. 

She holds a bachelor’s in political science and international relations (University of Montreal), a certificate in Business Administration from HEC Montreal and is currently completing a Master in International Health management at the Swiss TPH.

Diane is fluent in English, French and Spanish with a basic command in German.

To Silvia, with great appreciation for your leadership, dedication and collaborative spirit, we wish you a good journey ahead.

The Collective Service team

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