Consult KM International is a registered London-based consultancy with global outreach. Founded in 2021, it is a young organisation with a fresh outlook and a breadth of experience. Focused on the international development sector, we offer specialised high-quality services in knowledge management, report and proposal writing, editing and proofreading, graphic design, storytelling and visuals, research and M&E, and facilitation and capacity building.
Our consultants are senior-, mid-, and junior-level professionals and practitioners who possess extensive knowledge and experience working globally with a large range of international development and donor agencies including USAID, FCDO, EC, multiple UN agencies (UNICEF, UNDP, UNOPS, WFP), development banks (The World Bank, ADB, AfDB, EBRD), small and large non-profit organisations such as Save the Children, CARE, Chemonics, and many others. Today, our pool of consultants comprises 52 consultants and contributors with different levels of seniority and diverse specialisations.
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Meet our consultants.
Below is only a small portion of our pool of consultants. We will be updating the page regularly as we grow, so please check back soon!
Knowledge Management Team
Nadhira NISRINA, Knowledge Management & Partnerships Lead
Nadhira’s professional background revolves around public policy and international development. Nadhira has worked with the Government of Indonesia to pass the law concerning the crime of sexual violence and transforming the Indonesian health system, and as a consultant for Asian Development Bank (ADB) and Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA). Nadhira holds an MA in Governance, Development and Public Policy from the University of Sussex, and is a mid-level consultant based in Jakarta, Indonesia.
Lori REID, Senior Knowledge Management Consultant
Lori has more than 14 years of experience in knowledge management, communications, and writing, and has supported multiple USAID projects and US-based organisations, including Abt Associates, DAI, FHI 360, and many others as a knowledge management expert. Lori is certified in Knowledge Management and holds an MA in International Commerce and Policy. Lori is a senior-level consultant based in Washington, DC, USA.
Pamela HOBBS, Senior Knowledge Management Consultant
Pamela is experienced in knowledge management, utilising intranets to build and nurture online communities, managing and developing publications, training development, and research. As a futurist, Pamela combines signals, research, imagination, and participatory practices to help organisations project and respond to potential future scenarios. Pamela has worked with development organisations such as Pact and holds an MA in Sustainable Development, International Policy, and Management from the School for International Training (SIT). Pamela is a senior-level consultant based near Washington, DC, USA.
Ilana BOTHA, Senior Knowledge Management Consultant
Ilana has over 13 years of experience in knowledge management, content design, writing, and communications. Ilana has worked with development organisations such as Save the Children, as well as leading global consultancies such as PwC. Ilana holds an MPhil in Political Science from Stellenbosch University, South Africa, and is a senior-level consultant based in Spain.
Nikola TURIÈRE, Junior Knowledge Management Consultant
Nikola has worked as a researcher at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) and supported senior-level KM specialists at UNDP Tunisia. Nikola is skilled in data collection, including conducting of interviews and focus groups, and implementation of knowledge management systems and practices. Nikola holds an MSc in Culture and Conflict in Global Europe from LSE, and is a junior- to mid-level consultant based in Paris, France.
Carolina de AGUIAR LOPES, Junior Knowledge Management Consultant
Carolina is experienced in knowledge management, resource mobilisation, content writing, digital platforms support, and communications, having worked with development organisations such as UNDP, Plan International, International Centre for Migration Policy Development, and the Organization of American States. Carolina specialises in Public Policy and Gender Justice and is working towards obtaining an MSc in Cooperation and Development in Latin America from the Université Sorbonne Nouvelle in September 2023. Carolina is a junior to mid-level consultant based in Paris, France.
Report Writing Team
Natalia TKACHENKO, Reporting & Knowledge Management Consultant
Natalia has more than 12 years of experience in report writing, knowledge management, communications, project development and implementation, and has supported a range of international development organisations such as UNDP, Chemonics International/USAID, Caritas, The Climate Group, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), and smaller NGOs. Natalia is certified in Knowledge Management and holds an MSc in International Development from the University of Sussex. Natalia is a mid- to senior-level consultant based between London, UK and Athens, Greece.
Shannon THOMSON, Senior Report Writer
Shannon has over 10 years of experience in report writing, having supported multiple development organisations such as FHI360, Tearfund UK, Girls not Brides, and others. Shannon is passionate about creating learning resources and accessible information for activists and practitioners to enable the use of evidence to maximise impact, and capturing knowledge to enable learning. Shannon holds an MSc in Health, Community and Development from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) and is a senior-level consultant based in Mwanza, Tanzania.
Miles LITVINOFF, Senior Writer & Editor
Miles is a writer and editor with more than 30 years’ experience of international development, human rights and environmental sustainability. Author and editor of several books and numerous reports, Miles has worked with organisations including Amnesty International, Aqua for All, ARTICLE 19, CAFOD, the Center for Economic and Social Rights, Forest Peoples Programme, Friends of the Earth, GIZ (Germany’s international development agency), the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies, the International Institute for Environment and Development, Publish What You Pay, and Transparency International. Miles is a senior-level consultant based near London, UK.
Carrie LUNT-BELL, Senior Proofreader
Carrie has over 20 years of experience working as a trainer and project manager in community health and humanitarian programmes around the world, and 10 years working in communications and PR. Carrie has worked with multiple local NGOs as well as international organisations such as DFID, World Vision, UNDP, and UNHCR. Carrie holds an MSc in International Humanitarian Affairs from York University, UK, and is trained as a proofreader with the Chartered Institute of Editing & Proofreading. Carrie is a senior-level consultant based in Bahrain.
Alona ZINCHENKO, Lead Graphic Designer
Alona is a graphic design specialist with extensive experience in developing layout and design for all types of printed and digital publications, including reports, brochures, catalogues, presentations and other visual products. Alona is also highly skilled in data visualisation and the development of high-level infographics and illustrations, and has supported international development organisations such as the IFRC, UNICEF, UNOPS, WWF, Chemonics, USAID, and others. Alona is certified in Graphic Design and is a mid- to senior-level consultant based in London, UK.
Sasha HERT, Graphic Designer
Sasha is a skilled graphic designer and layout specialist with diverse international experience. Sasha has more than 7 years of experience in developing design for print and digital media, advertising creatives, brand identity, infographics, and more for international development organisations such as UNICEF, Transparency International, the IFRC, and multiple NGOs. Sasha is a University of the Arts London (UAL) graduate and a mid-level consultant based in London, UK.
Kelley LYNCH, Creative Director & Visual Storyteller
Kelley is a humanitarian storyteller, writer, photographer, and designer with over
20 years’ experience identifying, capturing and bringing to life uniquely beautiful and
engaging stories, publications, photos and videos. Kelley has lived and worked in more than 30 countries across Africa and Asia, supporting multiple development organisations and donor agencies, including USAID, Global Partnership for Education (GPE), the World Bank, Save the Children, CARE, World Vision, and more. Kelley is a senior-level consultant based in Washington, DC, USA.
Karel PRINSLOO, Photographer
Karel is an award winning photographer with nearly 30 years of experience in covering humanitarian work across Africa and the Middle East. Previously based in Nairobi, Karel served as the Associated Press’s Chief Photographer for East Africa and throughout his career supported numerous development organisations such as UNICEF, WFP, FAO, MSF, and more. Karel was awarded the South African Photographer of the Year in 2000 and his work has been published in the world’s major publications, including the New York Times and Time magazine, among others. Karel is a senior-level consultant based in Paris, France.
Salman SAEED, Videographer
Salman has more than 13 years of experience in videography, having supported a large number of development organisations such as UNICEF, UNDP, the World Bank, Asian Development Bank, Oxfam, USAids, and IOM, as well as news agencies, including BBC News, CNN, The Economist, Global Citizen, and The Guardian, among others. Salman is highly skilled in field production and filming, video editing, live production/breaking news, documentary, cinematography and photography. Salman is a senior-level consultant based in Dhaka, Bangladesh.
M&E and Research Team
Joelle PETRUS, Senior Monitoring & Evaluation Consultant
Joelle has 17 years of experience working on international issues, with 12+ years of experience based in the Global South, including in fragile, low resource, and non-permissive environments. Joelle has designed M&E methodologies, managed M&E systems for a variety of non-profit actors, conducted field research, and helped bring M&E ‘real time’ and operationally-minded approach. Joelle has supported a large range of donor agencies, including USAID, BHA, PRM, CDC, FCDO, SIDA, CIDA, NORAD / MFA, AFD, SDC, European Commission, World Bank, IOM, UNDP, Pooled Fund, ECHO, and the Gates Foundation. Joelle holds a Master’s degree from the American University of Cairo in Migration and Refugee Studies and is a senior-level consultant based in Washington, DC.
Eugenia MULE, Monitoring & Evaluation Consultant
Eugenia has over nine years of experience in program design, proposal development, project management, and evaluation, and expertise in such areas as migration, socio-economic development, protection, youth, and livelihoods in conflict and post-conflict settings. Eugenia has worked with multiple NGOs and EU institutions in Sub-Saharan Africa and the MENA region, and on EU-funded projects such as DG NEAR, DG ECHO, and others. Eugenia has extensive management and operational experience at field level, and is a mid- to senior-level consultant based in Brussels, Belgium.
Terhemen AGABO, Monitoring & Evaluation Consultant
Terhemen is experienced in research, monitoring and evaluation, reporting, and project management, and has worked on multiple projects with international development organisations such as the French Development Agency (AFD), USAID, EU, British Council, and Mastercard Foundation. Terhemen is a 2020 Chevening scholar in Development Economics at the University of Sussex, and is a mid-level consultant based in Lagos, Nigeria.
Bushra ALI KHAN, Researcher
Bushra is a trained anthropologist and experienced researcher, writer and editor specialising in the topics of migration and refugee studies. Bushra is a graduate of School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London, senior sub-editor at The Week magazine, and Indo-Pacific Chair at a Brussels-based think tank with expertise in Afghanistan, Fiji and Singapore. Bushra is a mid-level consultant based in London, UK.
Facilitation & Capacity Building Team
Simon DELF, Senior Facilitator & Trainer
Drawing on over 20 years’ experience of designing group learning and development activities, Simon is a confident and skilled facilitator – building a strong rapport with participants in order to establish trust and confidence in the learning process. His work in recent years has focused on the nature of “collaborative learning” in which participants are invited to see themselves as the subject of the learning as well as active learners about a chosen subject. Simon runs an annual leadership development course in addition to helping a wide range of organisations design and run group learning activities focused on leadership, culture change, and social innovation. Simon is a senior-level consultant based in Norfolk, UK.
Our contributors include senior-level development practitioners and subject matter experts in a variety of areas, including gender and gender-based violence (GBV), public health, child protection, youth, livelihoods, water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH), migration, environment, climate change, and many others. The contributors are engaged on upon-the-need basis as part of internal quality controls, ensuring accuracy with regard to sector- and subject-specific language and terminology, technicalities and trends.