Charlotte NIVOLLET

Regional Director

Charlotte left her native France to come and work in Cambodia 13 years ago, first with the humanitarian organization Pour un Sourire d’Enfant where she occupied various positions within the vocational training center, and then with GERES, as head of the Southeast Asia Development team. An academic background in agricultural engineering and sustainable development and an understanding of the Cambodian context, culture and language, as well her wide network in the Kingdom, have all allowed her to contribute towards developing locally-relevant development solutions while leading a multi-cultural and multi-disciplinary team. A mother to three boys, Charlotte is happiest when spending time with family; otherwise, she spends her time on photography and painting.

Baptiste ALIBERT

Finance Controller

Baptiste holds a Master’s degree in Development and Rural Marketing from Grenoble Business School and an additional diploma in Finance and Management Control. He started his career in the development sector in Africa, as a project manager and consultant in financial audit, micro finance and agricultural credit in Togo, Senegal and the Comoros. He then came back to France and joined GERES in 2016 as GERES Southeast Asia Financial Controller. During his spare time, he likes playing music, cycling and diving.

Claire GAY

Fundraising and Partnerships Coordinator

Claire graduated from SciencesPo Paris and HEC Paris in Corporate and Public Management. She started her career in the private sector, working for a strategy and management consulting firm, and she then decided to turn to the development sector. She is used to working in a multi-cultural context, notably after an experience at the World Health Organization in Copenhagen. She settled in Cambodia in 2015 and joined GERES as the Fundraising and Partnerships Coordinator. During her spare time, she enjoys practicing many sports, especially running and dance, and playing music.


Fundraising and Communication Officer

Mathilde is currently studying at the Royal University of Phnom Penh to get a Master’s degree in Entrepreneurship and Project Management. She already has several professional experiences in a social business incubator, a fair trade startup and in the public sector as a communication and event manager. Mathilde joined GERES in 2016 to work on fundraising and communication activities. During her studies, she had the opportunity to move to Berlin and Cyprus. She especially likes to explore cities on a bicycle and to go to the seaside.