MSc Forestry, Oxford University (UK) 1997; B.Sc. Ecology (Hons Forestry), Edinburgh University, 1992
Kirsti’s work focuses on linking knowledge, policy and practice through effective and strategic communication and evaluative learning processes. Her key expertise lies in managing processes that enable people to learn, share their experience and demonstrate impacts through improved use of knowledge. She has 25 years of experience spanning field, research, strategy and policy level engagement, and understands the realities – for people, Government processes, and economic drivers – which determine what people need to know. She is an advocate of strategic learning processes that link knowledge and sharing between different stakeholder groups to ensure, improve and demonstrate development impacts. Kirsti has worked extensively across the sectors of climate and environment.