Charlotte Örnemark is an international consultant who has carried out assignments in countries across Africa, Asia, Europe and North America. Ms. Örnemark is specialized in how to communicate, advocate and manage for results in the area of international cooperation and development. She combines her skills in communications, evidence-based planning and monitoring and evaluation with extensive experience in the area of strategy development and organizational and social change with a focus on gender equality, human rights and democratic governance.
In the area of gender equality, her recent work has included long-term results based management support to women’s rights organizations in Turkey, an evaluation of support to poor and landless women in Nepal, and socio-economic inclusion of women from ethnic minorities in the mountainous North of Vietnam. In 2010, Ms. Örnemark led a large international team for an evaluation of the Women in Africa Regional Initiative (funded by the Danish government), and, in 2011, she played a leading role in the development of Equality Now’s global strategic plan. In addition to co-authoring published evaluation reports, she has published articles on the gender gap in primary education (The Guardian Weekly, The Internationalist) and the prevalence of sexual violence in South Africa, based on a large-scale social audit (‘Sexual violence counts’, Journal of Humanitarian Assistance). Ms. Örnemark currently resides in Washington, D.C., USA.