Marianne works as an independent consultant specialized in gender and international development. Marianne has sixteen years of grant-making experience and sustainable development experience in Asia, Africa, and the Middle East. She worked with the UNICEF Syria Country Office on developing protection interventions for vulnerable adolescent Iraqis living in Syria.
Ms. Gimon previously worked for the Population Council, the Social Science Research Council, the United Nations Development Program and Equilibres et Populations. She is a family council member of the Flora Family Foundation, and a board member of Refugees International and Echoing Green. She earned an MA in Economic and Political Development from the School of International and Public Affairs of Columbia University and a BA from Brown University.